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Cabanis, Charlotte Grouchy (Pierre Jean Georges Cabanis’s wife), 1:261

Cabanis, Pierre Jean Georges

  • in collegiate curriculum, 7:667
  • Coup d’Oeil sur les Révolutions et sur la réforme de la Médecine, 10:234, 10:237n
  • death of, 1:261, 1:262n
  • Du Degré de Certitude de la Médecine, 10:234, 10:237n
  • Rapports du Physique et du Moral de l’Homme, 5:223, 5:276, 7:385–7:386, 7:386n, 10:235
  • TJ’s acquaintance with, 9:13, 9:14n
  • writings of, 6:459n

cabbage

  • cultivated by TJ, 5:384, 5:658, 6:7, 6:86
  • seed, 2:90, 2:271, 2:272, 6:44, 8:258, 8:272

Cabbeni, Mr., 2:122

Cabell, Edward Blair, 5:26, 5:27n

Cabell, George

  • account with TJ, 9:588–9:589
  • boats of, 9:505, 9:541, 9:594
  • identified, 9:589n
  • Lynchburg estate of, 5:28, 5:29n, 9:589n
  • TJ pays, 2:28
  • tobacco warehouse of, 6:25, 6:26n, 9:589n
  • transacts business with TJ, 9:588

Cabell, Joseph Carrington

  • and Agricultural Society of Albemarle, 3:351n
  • and Albemarle Academy, 7:714, 8:316–8:317
  • on banks, 7:144, 7:669–7:671, 8:35
  • books owned by, 8:429–8:430
  • and Central College, 7:266, 7:266, 8:183–8:184, 8:316–8:317, 9:394–9:395, 9:396–9:397, 9:398–9:399, 9:406–9:407, 9:436–9:438, 9:469, 9:506, 10:473n, 10:474, 10:474n, 10:660
  • chemistry expertise of, 10:69
  • and College of William and Mary, 8:317
  • and copying press, 4:401
  • and Destutt de Tracy’s writings, 8:164, 8:182–8:183, 8:317
  • and M. Dyson’s underwater breathing apparatus, 10:69n
  • gives walking stick to TJ, 2:xli–2:xlii, 2:380 (illus.)
  • on hedges, 10:194–10:195, 10:292–10:293
  • identified, 2:489–2:490n
  • letters from, 2:550–2:552, 5:556, 5:638–5:639, 7:5–7:6, 7:33, 7:144–7:146, 7:184–7:185, 7:230, 7:669–7:671, 8:35–8:36, 8:164–8:166, 8:316–8:318, 9:360–9:362, 9:394–9:396, 9:398–9:399, 9:469, 9:495–9:498, 9:506–9:507, 10:194–10:196, 10:292–10:295, 10:659–10:660
  • letters to, 2:489–2:490, 5:528–5:529, 6:595–6:596, 7:133–7:135, 7:176–7:177, 7:689–7:691, 7:714, 8:29–8:30, 8:182–8:184, 9:279–9:280, 9:396–9:398, 9:416–9:417, 9:435–9:439, 9:517, 10:238–10:239, 10:240, 10:361, 10:629
  • mentioned, 3:250–3:251, 3:520, 3:539
  • and J. Miller’s petition, 9:279–9:280, 9:360, 9:366, 9:394–9:395, 9:416, 9:435, 9:439–9:440, 9:469, 9:487, 9:495
  • and mineralogy, 2:489, 2:550–2:552, 2:668, 3:79
  • orders wine, 4:528–4:529, 4:529–4:530
  • and petition of P. I. Barziza, 10:628, 10:629, 10:659
  • portrait of, 2:xli, 2:380 (illus.)
  • as presidential elector, 9:506
  • and proposed Albemarle Co. road, 10:629, 10:659
  • and Rivanna Company, 5:380n, 5:522, 5:528–5:529, 5:556, 5:638–5:639, 6:595, 6:634, 7:5, 7:33, 7:145, 7:184–7:185, 8:184
  • and Rivanna River navigation, 8:165–8:166
  • on J. B. Say’s proposed immigration to America, 8:317
  • and J. B. Say’s writings, 9:396, 9:517, 10:195–10:196, 10:294, 10:659
  • slaves of, 8:317–8:318
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:625
  • and TJ’s ideas on finance, 6:594, 6:595–6:596, 7:5–7:6, 7:133–7:134, 7:144, 7:149–7:150, 7:151n, 7:185, 7:230, 7:510, 7:669, 7:671, 7:689–7:691, 7:692, 7:693n, 7:714, 8:29–8:30, 8:35, 8:164, 8:182
  • and TJ’s letters on Va. constitution, 10:240, 10:292, 10:293–10:294, 10:361
  • and Va. banks, 10:294, 10:294, 10:361, 10:659
  • as Va. state senator, 7:5, 7:33, 7:133–7:135, 7:144–7:145, 7:168, 7:169n, 7:176–7:177, 7:184–7:185, 7:669–7:671, 7:689–7:691, 7:714, 9:279–9:280, 9:360–9:361, 9:394–9:396, 9:416, 9:435–9:438, 9:469, 9:487, 9:495–9:497, 9:506, 10:196, 10:294, 10:295n
  • visits France, 4:189
  • and wartime finance, 8:164–8:165

Cabell, Landon

  • and revision of Va. constitution, 10:294, 10:295n

Cabell, Samuel J., 3:540n

Cabell, William

  • buys lots in Westham, 8:171n

Cabell, William H.

  • advises J. C. Cabell, 9:496
  • and W. Duane, 3:573
  • and W. F. Jones, 6:126
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:625
  • and W. Wirt’s book on P. Henry, 10:488
  • work done for while governor, 3:575

Cabot, George

  • and Federalist party, 9:6

Cabot, Samuel, 4:31

Cade, John (Jack) (English rebel)

  • compared to Napoleon, 7:477, 8:683

Cadet-de-Vaux, Antoine Alexis

  • Instruction sur l’art de faire le vin, 2:82, 2:83n

Cádiz

  • besieged by French forces, 2:248n, 2:342, 4:111, 4:112n, 6:359
  • defenses of, 2:246–2:247
  • market at, 3:541
  • and merino sheep, 2:4, 2:492
  • Supreme Junta at, 2:246–2:247, 2:248n
  • U.S. consul at, 1:87, 1:96, 1:113–1:114, 1:155, 1:156n, 3:342–3:343, 3:523, 4:219
  • U.S. naval agent at, 1:155, 1:156n
  • yellow fever in, 10:128–10:129, 10:137

Cadore, duc de, Jean Baptiste Nompère de Champagny, 1:370, 1:373, 1:377n, 1:528, 1:530n, 2:287, 2:419n

  • French foreign minister, 7:463

Cadwalader, Thomas

  • identified, 1:583n
  • letters from, 1:583

Caesar (TJ’s slave; b. 1749)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:386

Caesar (TJ’s slave; b. 1774)

  • hat for, 7:124
  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:382, 4:383n, 4:384, 4:385, 5:461, 6:309, 6:310, 8:61, 8:255

Caesar, Julius

  • C. Julii Cæsaris quæ extant. Interpretatione & Notis (ed. J. Godouin), 10:233
  • Caius Julius Cæsar’s Commentaries of his wars in Gaul, and civil war with Pompey (trans. Bladen), 1:580
  • The Commentaries of C. Julius Cæsar (C. Edmondes), 10:486
  • Commentaries on the Gallic and Civil Wars, 7:661
  • death of, 10:360
  • P. S. Du Pont de Nemours on, 4:329
  • mentioned, 6:542, 6:625, 7:24, 7:373, 7:447, 7:477, 7:495, 7:551n, 8:683
  • TJ on, 9:437
  • quoted, 1:6, 1:6n
  • writings of, 8:12

Caffarena, Edward

  • identified, 7:634n
  • letters from, 7:634
  • sends seeds to TJ, 7:634, 9:102
  • vice-consul at Genoa, 7:634

Cagliari, Sardinia

  • royal museum at, 2:297

Caiaphas, Joseph

  • and professions, 4:100

Cailliot, Louis

  • Traité de la Fièvre Jaune, 10:130, 10:136–10:137, 10:146n, 10:147n

Caines, Clement

  • Brief Remarks on the Present and Former War with France, 3:522n
  • The History of the General Council, 3:522n, 4:157
  • identified, 3:522n
  • letters from, 3:521–3:522
  • letters to, 4:157–4:159
  • Reflections on the Embargo, 3:522n
  • A Sketch of the Saxon Heptarchy, 3:522n

Caius Julius Cæsar’s Commentaries of his wars in Gaul, and civil war with Pompey (trans. M. Bladen), 1:580

Calabria

  • earthquake in, 4:189, 4:190n

Calamities of Authors (I. D’Israeli), 9:434n, 9:527

calcite, 2:299

Caldcleugh & Thomas (Philadelphia firm), 1:190, 1:191n

Caldwell, Billy (Sauganash)

  • British Indian Department official, 8:222

Caldwell, Charles

  • and J. Delaplaine’s Repository, 10:541
  • identified, 7:318–7:319n
  • letters from, 7:317–7:319, 7:328–7:329
  • letters to, 7:410–7:412
  • and Port Folio, 7:317–7:318, 7:319n, 7:328–7:329, 7:410–7:412
  • visits Monticello, 7:319n

calendar

  • Julian, 7:436, 7:437n
  • reform of Gregorian proposed, 7:436–7:437

Calendi, Giuseppe

  • copies paintings for TJ, 7:340, 7:342n

Calia (TJ’s slave; b. 1806). See Hern, Celia (Calia) (TJ’s slave; b. 1806)

calico, 4:102, 7:558, 7:558

Caligula, Roman emperor, 6:53

Callaway, Abner Early

  • Bedford Co. land of, 7:430, 7:430
  • and bricks from TJ, 5:468
  • identified, 5:468n
  • letters from, 5:468

Callaway, George

  • family of, 5:468n
  • identified, 4:165n
  • letters from, 4:308
  • letters to, 4:165–4:166, 4:307–4:308
  • mill and dam, 3:371, 3:392, 3:394, 3:421, 3:421n, 3:538
  • TJ’s dispute with, 4:165, 4:165–4:166n, 4:307–4:308, 4:308, 4:341–4:342

Callaway, Richard

  • land patented by, 4:387, 8:255

Callaway, William, 2:238n, 2:322, 2:323, 5:49, 5:50n

Callaway’s Mill (Bedford Co.)

  • on route to Natural Bridge, 9:35, 9:35

Callender, James Thomson

  • J. Adams on, 4:474, 6:297
  • mentioned, 6:255
  • and sedition law, 1:277–1:278, 2:412n, 7:206, 7:207n
  • A Short History of the Nature and Consequences of Excise Laws, 9:217, 9:218n
  • and Walker affair, 1:499n

Caller, James, 6:389, 6:390n

Callet, Jean François

  • sent geophysical work, 2:536
  • Tables of Logarithms, 1:316–1:317, 1:629–1:630, 2:536, 4:148
  • Tables Portatives de Logarithmes, 10:235

Callis, William Overton

  • and H. Marks’s estate, 5:96, 5:428, 5:428–5:429, 6:135, 6:135–6:136, 7:518, 10:665–10:666, 10:666n

Calloway (black boatman)

  • and lost trunk, 1:311

Calon (wine), 9:513n

Calvert County, Md.

  • sheep breeding in, 1:478

Calvert, Frederick, 6th Baron Baltimore

  • territory of surveyed, 9:686–9:687, 9:689

Calville Blanc d’Hiver. See Calvite apple (Calville Blanc d’Hiver)

Calvin, John

  • Lexicon Ivridicvm Ivris Cæsarei simvl, et canonici, fevdalis item, civilis, criminalis, theoretici, ac practici, 3:546
  • mentioned, 6:227, 6:409, 7:74
  • F. A. Van der Kemp’s essay on, 4:614, 10:121
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:506

Calvinus, Johannes

  • Magnum Lexicon Juridicum, 10:235

Calvite apple (Calville Blanc d’Hiver), 3:455, 3:456n

Calycanthus floridus. See Carolina allspice

Cambacérès, Jean Jacques Régis de, 7:490

Cambrai, Congress of, 9:479, 9:479, 9:480n

cambric, 3:643, 9:566

Cambridge, N.Y.

  • Federalists in, 2:289

Cambridge University, 2:565, 4:427, 7:659, 7:686, 7:688n

Camden, Marbell, 5:651n

Camden, William

  • biographies by, 7:629, 7:631n

camel

  • hair used for weaving, 1:16
  • introduced to U.S., 1:479, 1:480n, 1:599

Cameline (Camelina sativa). See gold of pleasure

Il Camillo, o Vejo Conquistata (C. G. G. Botta), 9:207, 9:343, 9:343n, 9:493, 9:493n

Camillus (Marcus Furius Camillus)

  • mentioned, 9:232, 9:235n
  • works on, 9:343, 9:343n, 9:343n

Camm, John

  • and Two-Penny Act (1758), 7:546

Campan, Jeanne Louise Henriette, 1:250n

Campbell, Benjamin J.

  • letter from, 9:564–9:565
  • letter to, 9:601–9:602
  • loom invented by, 9:564–9:565, 9:601–9:602
  • patent sought by, 9:564–9:565, 9:602n

Campbell, David (1750–1812)

  • identified, 1:653n
  • letters from, 1:652–1:653
  • letters to, 2:187–2:188
  • TJ’s advice to son of, 2:187

Campbell, David (1779–1859)

  • identified, 4:135n
  • letters from, 4:134–4:135
  • letters to, 4:176
  • and Niagara Campaign, 5:533–5:541
  • and Va. land warrants, 4:134–4:135, 4:176

Campbell, Ferdinand S., 5:469n

Campbell, George Washington

  • elected to U.S. Senate, 4:200
  • health of, 9:14, 9:14, 9:88
  • identified, 7:354–7:355n
  • letters from, 9:14–9:16
  • letters to, 7:354–7:355, 9:88–9:89
  • and remittances to T. Kosciuszko, 7:334, 7:353, 7:354, 7:380
  • retirement of, 9:14, 9:88
  • as secretary of the treasury, 7:316, 7:317n, 7:334, 7:354, 8:16, 8:18n, 8:20n, 8:126, 10:99, 10:100n, 10:476, 10:477n
  • TJ introduces J. Barnes to, 7:354, 9:14
  • and TJ’s letters on finance, 7:510

Campbell, J. (of Baltimore)

  • publisher, 8:450n

Campbell, James

  • and East Tennessee College, 2:266–2:267, 2:365–2:366
  • identified, 2:268n
  • letters from, 2:266–2:268
  • letters to, 2:365–2:366

Campbell, John (early acquaintance of TJ), 8:645

Campbell, John B.

  • U.S. colonel, 8:217

Campbell, John Wilson

  • decides not to publish TJ’s public papers, 4:349, 4:467
  • History of Virginia, from Its Discovery Till the Year 1781, 4:350, 4:467–4:468
  • identified, 1:385n
  • letters from, 1:385, 1:538–1:539, 4:349, 4:350
  • letters to, 1:486–1:488, 1:569–1:570, 4:467–4:468
  • proposes to publish TJ’s public papers, 1:385, 1:486–1:488, 1:538–1:539, 1:569–1:570

Campbell, Mary Dandridge Spotswood (John Campbell’s wife), 8:645

Campbell, Thomas Jefferson

  • family of, 1:653
  • TJ’s advice to, 2:187

Campbell, Victor Moreau, 1:653

Campbell, William

  • and Va. land warrants, 4:134–4:135, 4:135n, 4:176

Campbell County, Va. See also Ivy Creek (Campbell Co.)

  • sawmills in, 8:612, 10:356
  • surveyor, 4:308–4:310, 4:680
  • taverns in, 9:20, 10:491, 10:492n, 10:518
  • taxation on property in, 8:73, 8:73n, 8:73, 8:255–8:256, 8:256, 8:351n
  • TJ sells Ivy Creek tract in, 2:5–2:6, 2:6, 2:50–2:51, 2:78–2:79, 2:148, 2:149n, 2:232, 2:323, 2:328, 2:330, 3:368–3:369, 3:374–3:375, 3:457, 3:461, 4:583, 4:584–4:585n, 5:31, 5:88, 5:88n, 5:103, 5:103n, 5:128, 5:159, 5:222, 5:222n
  • TJ sells Stith tract in, 1:670–1:671
  • TJ’s land in, 4:309–4:310n, 4:387, 5:39–5:40, 5:40–5:41, 8:285

Campbell County Court, Va., 3:374–3:375

Campbell family, 8:431

campeachy chairs, 1:80, 1:81n, 1:211n, 2:351n

Camper, Adriaan G.

  • letters from accounted for, 1:677

Camp Fairfield (Henrico Co.)

  • Va. miltia at, 7:600–7:601, 7:601n, 7:608–7:609n, 7:632

camphor, 4:102

Camus, Armand Gaston

  • translates Histoire des Animaux d’Aristote, Avec la Traduction Françoise, 8:656, 8:659n, 10:233
  • leader of the French Revolution, 8:656
  • Rapport a L’Institut National, Classe de Littérature et Beaux Arts, D’un voyage fait à la fin de l’an X, 8:558–8:561, 8:562n, 8:656–8:657, 8:682

Canada

  • British troops in, 4:150–4:151, 5:446n, 7:91, 7:97–7:98, 7:350, 7:360
  • W. Duane on expulsion of British from, 8:99
  • gazetteer of, 5:581, 5:582, 5:582n
  • gypsum from, 9:62
  • and J. Henry’s mission, 4:541, 4:542
  • T. Kosciuszko on U.S. acquisition of, 6:150
  • Loyal and Patriotic Society of Upper Canada, 8:225, 8:225
  • maps of, 8:77n
  • W. Short on U.S. acquisition of, 6:276, 7:138
  • support for American conquest of, 5:172, 7:501
  • survey of border of, 10:18, 10:19n
  • TJ anticipates American conquest of, 4:133, 5:124–5:125, 5:186–5:188, 5:293, 5:367, 5:441, 5:445, 7:7–7:8, 7:10, 7:11, 7:14, 7:35, 7:88, 7:90–7:91, 8:133, 8:575
  • TJ on, 5:293, 5:305, 5:367, 6:539, 7:56
  • and trade with Indians, 4:552–4:553, 5:74–5:75
  • Upper, 5:319–5:320, 5:336, 5:441, 5:642–5:643, 5:644, 7:14, 7:35, 7:88, 7:138, 7:530, 7:531
  • U.S. atrocities in, 8:57, 8:57n, 8:214–8:215, 8:215–8:218, 8:219, 8:221, 8:222, 8:224, 8:225–8:226
  • and U.S. fishing rights, 7:451, 7:452–7:453, 7:455n, 7:478, 7:501
  • U.S. goods shipped through, 4:552, 4:554n
  • U.S. invasion of, 5:295, 5:367, 5:368–5:369, 5:385, 5:532–5:545, 6:13–6:14, 6:171–6:172, 6:209, 6:526–6:528, 6:529–6:530, 7:10, 7:12, 7:14, 7:35, 7:42–7:43, 7:51, 7:56, 7:61, 7:88, 7:90–7:91, 7:194–7:195, 7:525n, 7:530, 7:530–7:531
  • U.S. policy toward, 4:445, 4:480, 4:482, 4:574, 8:227n

Canada lily, 2:103, 2:104n

canals. See also Rivanna Company

  • books on, 1:37, 1:38n, 8:388
  • Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Co., 2:213–2:214, 2:296
  • congressional support for, 2:213–2:214, 2:613
  • constitutional amendment regarding, 6:320, 6:320n
  • Dismal Swamp Canal, 6:92–6:93, 6:94
  • Erie, 3:333, 3:459–3:460, 3:521, 3:597–3:598
  • on James River, 8:170, 8:171n
  • E. Livingston’s, 2:444n, 2:445–2:446n, 2:547, 2:548
  • Middlesex Canal, 10:674
  • at New Orleans, 2:244, 2:246n, 2:485
  • at Norfolk, 6:119, 6:121
  • proposed, 2:358n, 2:673–2:674, 6:120–6:121, 6:216–6:217, 6:320, 9:624, 10:18
  • on Rivanna River, 3:286–3:288, 3:303, 3:421–3:422, 5:129–5:130, 9:152, 10:347–10:348, 10:614
  • in S.C., 2:507
  • at Shadwell mills, 2:670, 10:347–10:348, 10:614
  • Susquehanna canal lottery, 4:391
  • TJ on, 2:296
  • and transportation costs, 10:561–10:562, 10:562
  • Union Canal Company of Pa., 4:160, 4:175, 4:315–4:316, 5:468, 5:468–5:469n
  • in U.S., 3:388, 3:391
  • in Va., 9:330, 9:649, 9:711, 10:347–10:348, 10:561, 10:563n
  • and water-raising machine, 2:556

canary seed, 2:271

Canby, William

  • I. Briggs defends, 9:607, 9:680
  • identified, 6:447–6:448n
  • letters from, 6:447–6:448, 10:56–10:57
  • letters to, 6:508–6:509
  • TJ’s letter to published, 9:607, 9:607n, 9:680, 10:56–10:57
  • and TJ’s religious beliefs, 6:447, 6:508, 8:187, 8:196, 8:197, 8:198n, 8:365n

C. & A. Conrad & Company (Philadelphia firm)

  • account with TJ, 3:530, 3:576, 3:582, 3:649, 9:130
  • identified, 1:412n
  • and journals of Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1:668–1:669, 2:30–2:31, 2:72, 2:332, 3:166–3:167, 3:582, 3:649–3:650, 6:417, 9:705, 9:706
  • letters from, 1:412, 1:668–1:669, 2:332, 3:649–3:650
  • letters to, 2:30–2:31, 2:72, 3:582
  • publishes book by T. Cooper, 2:376
  • publishes W. Shakespeare, 1:412, 1:412n

Candide (Voltaire), 7:557

candles, 1:31, 1:31, 1:31, 1:32, 3:202, 3:301

Canillac, Mr. de, 2:15

Canning, George

  • British foreign minister, 1:284, 1:518, 1:658, 2:131n, 2:540n, 3:70n, 3:79
  • instructions to Erskine, 1:170n, 1:409, 1:438–1:439
  • rumored return to British cabinet, 2:130
  • TJ on, 1:442, 1:519, 8:265

Cano (Canus), Melchor (Melchior)

  • De Locis Theologicis, 7:24–7:25, 7:25, 7:27n

Canonsburg Academy and Library Company (Pa.), 1:6n

Canova, Antonio

  • Italian sculptor, 8:161, 9:127, 9:127, 9:385–9:387, 9:387, 9:387n, 10:412, 10:414–10:415, 10:415n, 10:476

Canovai, Stanislao

  • Elogio d’Amerigo Vespucci, 7:444, 7:522, 7:523n, 7:564, 7:613, 7:613n, 10:182

cantaloupe (muskmelon; nutmeg melon), 3:473, 3:501, 3:503n

Cantenac (wine), 9:513n

cantharides, 7:387, 7:387

Canton (sloop), 9:3

Canton, Va., 3:195

Cape (wine), 9:513

cape jasmine (cape jessamine), 2:103, 2:104n, 4:497, 4:498n, 4:498n, 8:121

Cape of Good Hope

  • grapes in, 4:85, 4:524, 4:525n
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:502, 4:506

capers, 1:366

capitalism

  • and manufacturing, 7:559–7:560

Capitol, U.S.

  • congressman assaulted in, 2:107n
  • construction and repair of, 1:65n, 1:473, 1:475n, 1:595, 3:534–3:537, 3:555–3:556, 8:136, 8:313, 8:314–8:315n, 8:591–8:596, 10:413–10:414, 10:425–10:426, 10:468–10:470, 10:470n, 10:482, 10:510–10:511, 10:615, 10:654
  • corncob capitals for, 1:473, 1:475n, 1:595, 10:350, 10:351n
  • dome of, 8:314, 10:510
  • drawings of, 8:234
  • B. H. Latrobe’s drawings of, 2:39, 2:40n, 2:106, 3:535–3:536, 3:581–3:582, 3:590–3:591, 8:594 (illus.), 8:595 (illus.)
  • B. H. Latrobe works on, 1:65, 1:92, 1:474n, 4:64–4:66, 4:67n, 5:205, 5:238, 8:479–8:480, 8:591–8:596, 10:510–10:511
  • longitude measurement, 1:356–1:358, 1:359n, 1:489–1:498, 1:534, 1:553, 2:54, 2:337–2:338n, 2:566, 4:236, 4:275, 4:651–4:660
  • sculptors at, 1:78n, 9:350, 9:351n, 10:413–10:414, 10:511
  • tobacco-leaf capitals for, 10:510–10:511, 10:511 (illus.), 10:511
  • J. Trumbull’s paintings for, 10:615–10:616, 10:616n, 10:651–10:652, 10:654, 10:654–10:655
  • and War of 1812, 7:653, 8:5, 8:214, 8:292, 8:300, 8:301, 8:593–8:595, 10:425–10:426, 10:468–10:470, 10:470n, 10:510, 10:615

Cappe, Newcome

  • English Unitarian, 6:146, 6:146, 6:302

Capponi, Gino

  • edits Memorie della Vita e delle Peregrinazioni del fiorentino Filippo Mazzei (P. Mazzei), 9:669–9:670, 9:673n

Capsicum annuum. See cayenne pepper

Capsicum annuum var. glabriusculum. See bird pepper

Capsicum minimum (Capsicum frutescens). See tabasco

Capsicum minutissimum. See bird pepper

Capucine cress (Indian cress), 5:550

Caracas, Republic of

  • former Spanish colony, 7:393, 7:398n

Carbonnieux (wine), 9:513n

Carden, Youen

  • agreement with, 2:38–2:39
  • and 1810 census, 3:202
  • identified, 2:38–2:39n
  • letters to, 6:430
  • salt for, 8:95n
  • TJ pays, 2:38
  • and TJ’s toll mill, 2:38–2:39, 6:430, 6:430n

carding machines

  • from Alrichs & Dixon, 5:312, 5:321–5:322, 5:335, 5:356, 5:477, 5:515, 5:560, 5:566–5:567, 5:655, 5:656, 5:683–5:684
  • G. Baxter’s, 5:207–5:208, 5:208n, 8:554–8:555, 8:605, 8:606n
  • for C. Clay, 7:79, 7:114, 7:116
  • in cotton factory, 9:534
  • TJ on, 5:187, 5:562–5:563, 7:13–7:14, 8:185, 8:605
  • TJ seeks advice on, 4:417, 4:426

Cardozo, Abraham, 2:502, 5:164

Carducci, Mr.

  • public official in Florence, 9:294, 9:294

Carew, Bampfylde Moore, 10:14, 10:15n

Carey, Henry Charles

  • A Complete Historical, Chronological, and Geographical American Atlas, 5:650n

Carey, Mathew

  • and books for TJ, 10:357–10:358, 10:386, 10:386, 10:465
  • and T. Clark’s Naval History of the United States, 7:139, 7:140n, 7:155, 7:190
  • and T. Clark’s Sketches of the Naval History of the United States, 6:146, 6:165, 6:167, 6:206–6:207, 6:289
  • health of, 9:40
  • identified, 4:430–4:431n
  • invoice from, 10:386
  • letters from, 4:430–4:431, 4:493, 6:167–6:168, 6:289, 7:155, 8:198, 9:40–9:41, 9:58–9:59, 10:386, 10:480–10:481
  • letters to, 4:464, 6:206–6:207, 7:190, 8:248, 9:74–9:75, 10:357–10:358, 10:465, 10:518–10:519
  • The Olive Branch: or Faults on Both Sides, Federal and Democratic, 8:198, 8:198n, 8:248, 9:40–9:41, 9:41n, 9:41n, 9:58–9:59, 9:74–9:75, 9:75n, 9:217, 9:218n, 10:481n, 10:518, 10:519n
  • publisher, 7:630
  • TJ pays, 10:480
  • and TJ’s Manual of Parliamentary Practice, 4:xliii, 4:430, 4:464, 4:493
  • and TJ’s religious beliefs, 10:480, 10:518–10:519

Carleton, Henry

  • The Laws of Las Siete Partidas, 3:53n, 3:160–3:161, 3:168

Carlisle College. See Dickinson College

Carlton (Bankhead estate)

  • C. L. Bankhead’s management of, 9:131–9:132, 10:462
  • conveyed to trustees, 8:277, 8:394–8:397
  • corn from, 10:168
  • location of, 8:398
  • purchased by the Bankheads, 8:308n
  • road to, 7:400, 7:400–7:401n, 8:398

Carmarthen, Marquess of. See Leeds, Francis Godolphin Osborne, 5th Duke of

Carmelites, 7:220

Carmen aureum

  • quoted, 7:23, 7:27n

Carmichael, William, 8:236, 8:237n

Carmignani, Giovanni

  • identified, 9:645n
  • letter from, 9:644–9:645
  • letter to, 10:250–10:252
  • and P. Mazzei’s estate, 9:644, 9:669, 9:675, 10:57, 10:248, 10:250, 10:272, 10:273n
  • and P. Mazzei’s memoirs, 9:669–9:670

Carmignani, Giovanni Antonio

  • family of, 9:675

Carmignano, Italy

  • wine from, 10:58, 10:58n, 10:91, 10:92n, 10:274, 10:299, 10:411, 10:416

Carnation cherry, 3:644–3:645, 3:645n, 9:533

carnations, 3:545, 4:497, 4:498n, 4:498n

Carner, B., 5:121

Carnot, Lazare

  • J. Adams on, 8:553
  • in collegiate curriculum, 7:663
  • praised, 7:661
  • speech of on Napoleon, 7:373, 7:374n

Car of Neptune (steamboat), 4:199

Caroli a Linné (ed. J. A. Murray), 8:429, 8:430n

Carolina allspice, 2:103, 2:104n, 3:353, 3:353, 3:354, 3:354, 9:533, 10:517

Caroline Amelia Elizabeth, Princess of Wales, 6:374n, 7:34, 7:36n

Caroline County Court, Va., 1:519, 8:397n

Carondelet, Francisco Luis Hector, baron

  • and batture, 2:471, 3:53, 3:161, 3:233, 3:490, 3:494, 5:85n
  • Spanish colonial governor, 2:472n

Carondelet canal, 2:244, 2:246n

carp, 4:629, 4:668, 4:677, 6:132, 6:134, 6:134, 6:215

Carpenter, Stephen Cullen

  • Memoirs of the Hon. Thomas Jefferson, 1:456, 1:457n

carpentry tools

  • auger, 4:315, 6:346, 6:347, 6:347
  • J. Dinsmore’s list of TJ’s, 1:135–1:136

carpets, 4:231–4:232n, 7:73, 7:73n

Carr, Mr. (militia man), 7:161

Carr, Dabney (1743–73) (TJ’s brother-in-law)

  • family of, 3:454n
  • mentioned, 4:134, 4:135
  • TJ’s epitaph for, 9:219, 9:220n, 9:369, 9:407–9:408, 9:531, 9:544, 9:544n
  • and Va. Committee of Correspondence, 8:200, 8:200–8:201n, 9:219–9:220, 9:220n, 9:289, 9:289n, 9:367–9:369, 9:369n, 9:407
  • and W. Wirt’s book on P. Henry, 10:406, 10:434

Carr, Dabney (1773–1837) (TJ’s nephew)

  • and Albemarle Academy, 7:265
  • deposition in Jefferson v. Michie, 7:597, 7:601, 8:652, 8:692–8:693
  • and W. Duane, 3:515, 3:627
  • and dynamometers, 2:111, 2:152
  • on European affairs, 8:652
  • and father’s legacy, 9:219–9:220, 9:289, 9:289n, 9:367–9:369, 9:407–9:408, 9:531, 9:544, 9:544n, 10:406, 10:434
  • forwards letter, 6:12
  • and Henderson estate, 6:76, 6:81, 6:152–6:153, 6:199, 6:199, 6:199, 6:199, 6:199, 6:200, 6:200, 6:480
  • identified, 2:152n
  • instructs J. H. Carr in law, 2:269
  • as judge, 7:709
  • letters from, 6:12, 6:268, 8:652, 9:219–9:220, 9:407–9:408, 10:405–10:406
  • letters from accounted for, 7:709n
  • letters to, 2:152, 5:657, 7:601–7:602, 7:709, 9:367–9:369, 10:434
  • letter to accounted for, 8:652n
  • and Lewis family, 3:91
  • and P. Mazzei’s Richmond property, 5:657, 6:12, 6:268
  • mentioned, 1:83n, 2:325, 6:631
  • and oat seed, 2:93
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254, 4:346–4:349, 5:378–5:380
  • plans visit to Monticello, 8:652
  • Rivanna River Company commissioner, 3:254n
  • TJ on, 4:134
  • and TJ’s debts to, 5:422, 5:424n
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:625
  • and TJ’s letters on Va. constitution, 10:405–10:406, 10:434, 10:435
  • TJ’s payments to, 8:652, 8:652n, 8:676
  • visits Monticello, 9:219
  • vouches for O. Norris, 3:465
  • and W. Wirt, 2:469–2:470, 2:474, 2:493, 2:494

Carr, Daniel Ferrell

  • account with TJ, 7:618, 7:619n, 7:619
  • identified, 7:618–7:619n
  • letters from, 7:618–7:619
  • letters to, 7:619
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254
  • sells corn to TJ, 10:670n

Carr, Eleanor B. (Samuel Carr’s wife)

  • death of, 8:564, 8:564n

Carr, Francis

  • determines cause of death of slave, 3:180–3:181
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254

Carr, Frank

  • account with TJ, 5:5, 5:6n, 10:105–10:107
  • and Albemarle Academy, 7:267, 7:282, 7:283, 7:293, 7:335, 7:339, 7:426, 7:427, 7:535, 8:317
  • identified, 6:230n
  • leaves Philadelphia, 2:285
  • letters from, 6:230, 7:502–7:503, 8:612, 9:567
  • militia service of, 7:502
  • and package for TJ, 7:33
  • petition to General Assembly, 4:346–4:349
  • as physician, 7:502, 7:593, 7:593n, 7:619, 9:567, 10:105–10:107
  • recommends J. C. Ragland, 7:502
  • sends mineral specimen to TJ, 6:230
  • trunk left for, 1:64
  • writes on behalf of A. Garrett, 8:612

Carr, G.

  • and Albemarle Volunteer Company subscription, 5:344
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254

Carr, Hetty Smith Stevenson (Peter Carr’s wife)

  • family of, 2:198n, 3:526n, 5:659n
  • health of, 8:477
  • TJ on, 5:172

Carr, Jane, 2:469

Carr, John

  • and Albemarle Academy, 7:266, 7:267, 7:282, 7:283, 7:293, 7:340, 7:570
  • family of, 2:269, 8:124
  • identified, 7:267n
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254

Carr, John H.

  • desires military appointment, 8:124, 8:125n
  • identified, 8:124–8:125n
  • letter from, 8:124–8:125
  • recommended by TJ, 2:269–2:270, 8:124, 8:125n

Carr, John R.

  • and Jefferson v. Michie, 9:54

Carr, Jonathan Boucher

  • and Albemarle Academy, 7:267, 7:282, 7:293, 7:335, 7:570

Carr, Martha Jefferson (TJ’s sister)

  • death of, 4:132, 4:134, 4:183
  • family of, 3:454n, 3:540n, 9:413n, 9:417, 9:417n
  • funeral for, 4:135–4:136, 4:136, 4:155–4:156
  • greetings sent to, 3:91
  • health of, 4:61, 4:62n, 4:109

Carr, Overton, 3:454n

Carr, Peter (1770–1815) (TJ’s nephew)

  • and Albemarle Academy, 5:102, 5:171–5:172, 7:265, 7:265, 7:265, 7:266, 7:267, 7:282, 7:283, 7:283, 7:283, 7:293, 7:293, 7:335, 7:339, 7:340, 7:535–7:536, 7:570, 7:571, 7:636–7:641, 7:678, 8:183, 8:317, 9:47, 9:48n, 9:92, 9:361, 9:396, 9:398n, 9:398–9:399, 9:399n, 9:436, 9:438n, 9:497, 9:498n, 9:506, 9:626, 9:629n
  • and Albemarle Volunteer Company subscription, 5:344
  • alleged opposition to J. Madison, 7:310–7:311
  • and appointment of principal assessor, 6:442
  • boarding school of, 3:501, 3:540n
  • carries comforter to Monticello, 1:286, 1:310
  • crops of, 7:601
  • death of, 8:232n, 8:421, 8:432, 8:516–8:517, 8:646, 9:369
  • dispute with J. J. Monroe, 7:310–7:311
  • and W. Duane, 3:507, 3:509n, 3:540, 3:585
  • family of, 5:659n, 8:200, 8:432
  • and father’s legacy, 9:219
  • friendship with W. Wirt, 10:315
  • identified, 3:540n
  • illness of, 2:197, 2:226, 2:329, 2:341, 8:232
  • introduces T. L. Orr, 7:286
  • letters from, 3:540, 4:109–4:110, 7:286, 7:535–7:536, 8:232
  • letters to, 7:636–7:642
  • mentioned, 1:505, 2:205n, 3:272, 3:526n, 8:169
  • and J. Monroe–W. C. Nicholas relationship, 10:525, 10:525
  • and B. Moore estate, 1:204
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254
  • portrait of, 7:xliv–7:xlv, 7:434 (illus.)
  • and position at College of William and Mary, 5:373
  • recommends C. Jouett, 8:537, 8:537n
  • requests wine from TJ, 8:232
  • sends pigs to TJ, 4:109
  • and R. Smith’s dismissal, 5:648n
  • on Supreme Court judgeship, 1:626
  • TJ on, 4:134
  • TJ recommends for judgeship, 3:303
  • TJ seeks watch for, 3:83
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:625
  • visits Monticello, 2:329, 2:469–2:470, 7:536
  • witnesses documents, 2:229, 6:36, 6:36n, 6:36, 6:36n

Carr, Polly (Mary), 3:91

Carr, Robert, 3:330, 3:331n

Carr, Samuel (TJ’s nephew)

  • and Albemarle Academy, 7:267, 7:282, 7:335, 7:570
  • and Albemarle cavalry, 5:107, 7:619–7:620
  • and appointment of principal assessor, 6:442
  • books of, 8:471
  • and clover seed, 3:180, 3:194
  • crops of, 7:601
  • dispute with S. DeButts, 1:75, 1:75n, 1:134–1:135
  • friendship with W. Wirt, 10:315
  • and horse from D. Durrett, 5:497, 5:498
  • identified, 3:454n
  • letters from, 3:454
  • letters to, 3:453–3:454, 7:619–7:620
  • and Lewis family, 3:91
  • loans horse, 7:625, 7:632
  • petition to General Assembly, 4:346–4:349, 5:378–5:380
  • sells horse to TJ, 3:453–3:454
  • TJ on, 4:134, 5:172
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:625

Carr, William C., 2:122

Carrara marble, 8:161, 9:127, 9:384–9:385, 9:670, 9:671, 10:413–10:414

Carrasqueira (wine), 3:240, 3:241n

Carrere, John

  • and transportation of TJ’s books, 10:231, 10:243

carriages. See also coaches

  • built by E. Rosson, 7:357, 7:358n, 7:360
  • coachee, 6:54n
  • gigs, 8:350, 8:392–8:393, 8:563, 9:430, 10:561
  • handles for, 7:360
  • hired, 8:233
  • landaus, 8:393, 9:430
  • mentioned, 6:264, 8:219, 8:241, 9:18, 9:531, 10:397, 10:462
  • plating for, 5:394
  • of E. Randolph, 4:231–4:232n
  • H. G. Spafford’s improvement to, 8:209, 8:209n, 8:211, 8:271, 8:271n, 8:273, 8:274n, 8:280–8:281, 8:281 (illus.), 8:350, 8:367, 8:414–8:416, 8:463, 8:470, 8:471n, 8:488
  • stagecoaches, 8:232–8:233, 8:415, 8:416, 10:452, 10:572, 10:576, 10:606, 10:607, 10:607, 10:610
  • taxes on, 7:xlv, 7:708, 8:392–8:393, 8:394n, 9:430
  • TJ installs pistols in, 10:321
  • upholstery of, 7:349

Carrington, Mrs., 7:6

Carrington, George

  • as a burgess, 8:621

Carrion, Francisco de Paula, 10:129

Carroll, Charles (of Carrollton)

  • and J. Hall’s agricultural improvements, 8:104
  • signer of Declaration of Independence, 6:137

Carroll, Henry

  • brings Treaty of Ghent from Europe, 8:269

Carroll, John

  • consul at Barcelona, 7:490

Carroll, John (archbishop of Baltimore), 1:7, 3:33, 3:35n

Carroll, William

  • militia service of, 7:160, 8:264

carrots, 1:56, 1:157, 2:37, 2:38, 2:38, 4:139, 5:489, 5:658

Carr’s-brook (Peter Carr’s Albemarle Co. estate), 3:526n, 3:540n, 5:345

Carswell, Samuel

  • and appointments to Navy Department, 6:30

Carter, Mrs., 10:516

Carter, Charles, 5:75, 5:76n, 6:305, 6:305n, 6:366, 6:371, 6:372n

  • as trustee for W. Byrd (1728–77), 9:545

Carter, Edward

  • and Albemarle Co. land, 5:399–5:402, 5:569–5:570n, 7:594–7:595, 7:595n
  • TJ purchases land from, 4:386, 8:398, 8:398n

Carter, Edward H.

  • and Viewmont estate, 8:308n

Carter, Elizabeth, trans.

  • Stoici Philosophi Encheiridion item (Epictetus), 1:576

Carter, James

  • and C. Bellini estate, 9:491

Carter, John

  • and Albemarle Co. land, 5:399–5:402, 5:402n, 5:570n

Carter, John Champe

  • and Albemarle Co. land, 7:591–7:592, 7:594–7:595, 7:655
  • identified, 7:595n
  • letters from, 7:655
  • letters to, 7:594–7:595
  • sells land to J. Monroe, 8:588

Carter, John M.

  • identified, 8:384n
  • letters from, 8:383–8:384, 8:623
  • letter to, 8:442
  • offers to publish T. M. Randolph’s work, 8:623
  • offers to publish TJ’s correspondence with J. Adams, 8:623, 8:658, 8:659n
  • publishes Arator (J. Taylor), 8:383–8:384, 8:442, 8:623

Carter, Landon

  • “Observations concerning the Fly-Weevil, that destroys the Wheat,” 8:643, 8:645n
  • supports Two-Penny Act, 8:619
  • TJ on, 8:643

Carter, Maria Byrd Farley (William C. Carter’s wife)

  • sells land to J. Monroe, 6:523n, 6:523n
  • and W. Short’s land, 5:567, 5:568n, 5:569, 5:569–5:570n, 5:622, 6:523n, 9:319

Carter, Mary Elizabeth Coles (Robert Carter’s wife), 1:656n

Carter, Robert

  • grinds wheat, 1:109
  • health of, 2:39, 2:40n
  • sells tobacco, 1:655

Carter, Thomas

  • petition to General Assembly, 4:346–4:349

Carter, Whitaker

  • and Viewmont estate, 8:308n

Carter, William, 2:178, 2:178n

Carter, William Champe

  • and Highland–Indian Camp boundary dispute, 6:522–6:523, 6:524, 6:524, 6:575, 6:604, 6:604–6:605, 7:70–7:71, 7:136, 7:157, 7:159, 7:168, 7:169n, 7:197–7:198, 7:271, 7:487, 7:510, 7:591–7:592, 7:594–7:595, 7:655, 8:50–8:51, 8:107, 8:129, 8:588, 8:687–8:688, 9:319, 9:520, 9:648, 9:661, 9:662, 9:693
  • identified, 5:570n
  • letters from, 5:596, 7:70–7:71
  • letters to, 5:568–5:570, 5:573, 6:522–6:523, 6:604, 7:157–7:158
  • J. Monroe’s debt to, 8:687–8:688, 9:520
  • sells land to J. Monroe, 6:523n, 6:523n, 7:157–7:158n, 7:487, 7:591, 8:50–8:51, 8:53n, 8:588, 9:648
  • and W. Short’s land, 5:567, 5:568–5:569, 5:569–5:570n, 5:571–5:572, 5:573, 5:596, 5:622, 6:86, 6:522, 6:523n, 7:70–7:71, 7:136, 7:157, 7:168, 7:487, 7:510, 7:591–7:592, 7:594–7:595, 7:655, 8:568, 8:687–8:688, 9:319, 9:520, 9:648, 9:661, 9:662, 10:9, 10:11n, 10:253, 10:315
  • and Viewmont estate, 8:308n

Carte réduite de la Mer Méditerranée et de la mer Noire (Zannoni and Lapie), 1:247–1:248

Carter’s Mountain (Albemarle Co.). See also Montalto (part of TJ’s Monticello estate)

  • and Highland estate, 8:567–8:568
  • mentioned, 8:238
  • TJ climbs, 8:567

Cartersville, Va.

  • mail service to, 3:103, 3:104n, 3:148, 3:164

Carthage

  • Great Britain compared to, 2:275, 6:637
  • mentioned, 6:409
  • Punic wars, 2:606, 6:429n

Carthrae, Mr., 3:425–3:426

Cartouche (Louis Bourguignon), 2:668, 2:669n, 5:600–5:601, 6:53, 6:141

carts

  • axles for, 8:350
  • and Craven estate, 2:112
  • mentioned, 10:517
  • and Shoemaker account, 3:300
  • to transport sheep, 3:153, 3:154, 3:168
  • to transport wine, 10:434–10:435

Caruthers, William

  • and Ann Smith Academy, 1:367, 1:368n, 1:506, 3:201
  • and assessor for Rockbridge Co., 8:256–8:257, 8:257n, 8:281
  • identified, 1:367n
  • letters from, 1:367–1:368, 3:201, 5:596–5:597, 6:31–6:32, 7:556–7:557, 8:97–8:98, 8:281–8:282, 8:308–8:309
  • letters to, 1:506–1:507, 3:155–3:156, 6:6–6:7, 7:620, 8:120–8:121, 8:256–8:257, 8:347
  • and merino sheep, 5:31, 5:596
  • and Natural Bridge, 1:367, 1:506–1:507, 7:556–7:557, 7:620, 8:97–8:98, 8:120–8:121, 8:123, 8:123n, 8:281, 8:281–8:282, 8:308–8:309, 8:347
  • and sheep husbandry, 3:201, 6:31–6:32
  • and shot manufacture, 8:97–8:98
  • TJ offers sheep to, 6:6, 6:31
  • visits Monticello, 8:97, 8:120

Carvalho, Emanuel N.

  • sermons of, 10:366, 10:367n

Carver, James

  • and essay on veterinary science, 5:413, 5:416n
  • identified, 5:415–5:416n
  • letters from, 5:413–5:416, 5:630–5:631
  • seeks educational assistance, 5:413–5:415, 5:415n, 5:630, 5:668–5:670, 6:13

Cary, Mr., 7:99, 7:268

Cary, Mrs., 7:268, 7:698

Cary, Archibald

  • executor of P. Randolph, 4:647, 4:679
  • threatens P. Henry, 8:122, 8:122n
  • and Va. Committee of Correspondence, 9:369n

Cary, Elizabeth, Viscountess Falkland

  • The History of The Life, Reign, and Death of Edward II, 7:629, 7:631n

Cary, Jane Barbara Carr (Wilson Cary’s wife)

  • family of, 4:58n

Cary, Rebecca Dawson (Wilson M. Cary’s wife)

  • TJ sends greetings to, 4:61, 4:62n

Cary, Robert

  • as trustee of J. and L. L. Paradise, 9:284, 9:284

Cary, Robert, & Company (London firm). See Robert Cary & Company (London firm)

Cary, Samuel

  • on Christianity, 7:436n
  • Review of a Book Entitled “The Grounds of Christianity Examined,” 7:435n

Cary, Virginia Randolph (Wilson J. Cary’s wife)

  • TJ sends greetings to, 4:61

Cary, William

  • scientific-instrument maker, 9:225

Cary, Wilson

  • family of, 4:58–4:59n

Cary, Wilson Jefferson

  • buys land, 3:187, 3:187–3:188
  • identified, 4:58–4:59n
  • letters from, 4:58–4:59
  • letters to, 4:61–4:62
  • and merino sheep, 3:136, 4:58, 4:61
  • witnesses land conveyance, 3:188

Cary, Wilson Miles

  • TJ sends greetings to, 4:61, 4:62n

Casa Calvo, Sebastián Calvo de la Puerta y O’Farill, marqués de

  • and J. Wilkinson, 4:398n

Casanuova di Ama, Italy

  • wine from, 10:58, 10:58n, 10:91, 10:275, 10:411, 10:416, 10:475, 10:476

Casaubon, Isaac

  • translates Ἱστοριῶν … Historiarum (Polybius; ed. J. Gronovius), 8:581, 9:109

Case laid before Counsel for their opinion on the claim to the Batture, situated in front of the Suburb St. Mary (Derbigny), 2:658, 2:658n, 3:476, 3:483, 3:494

Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery (Vesey), 6:477

Cassidy, Henry

  • and Arkansas judgeship, 4:70–4:71
  • certificate of, 4:70–4:71
  • identified, 4:71n

Cassini, Jacques Dominique de

  • and barometric calculation of altitude, 9:314, 9:316–9:317n
  • and weights and measures, 4:224, 4:227

Cassius Dio

  • Dionis Nicæi, rerum Romanarum a pompeio magno, ad Alexandrum Mamææ filium Epitome (ed. J. Xiphilinus; trans. G. Leblanc), 10:233
  • Roman History (ed. H. S. Reimarus), 9:195–9:196

Castanea. See chestnut

Castanea sativa. See chestnut: European

Castel, Charles Irénée, abbé de Saint-Pierre

  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:502

Castell, Robert

  • The Villas of the Ancients Illustrated, 1:390, 1:397n

Castellane, Alexandrine Charlotte Sophie de Rohan-Chabot, marquise de

  • marriage of, 2:288
  • and W. Short, 3:197, 3:200n, 3:447, 7:404

Castellane, Boniface Louis André, marquis de, 2:288

Castle-Hill (Rives’s Albemarle Co. estate), 1:416n

Castlereagh, Robert Stewart, Viscount

  • British secretary of state for war and the colonies, 1:284, 5:293
  • as foreign secretary, 4:587, 6:145n, 7:96, 7:115n, 7:156n, 7:298, 7:422–7:423, 7:528, 7:540, 7:672, 8:265, 8:542–8:543, 8:588, 8:589n

Castor (TJ’s carriage horse), 5:498n

castor oil, 5:669, 6:345

Castro, Inês de

  • posthumously crowned queen, 9:326, 9:328n

Catalogue des Livres de la Bibliotheque de M. C. de la Serna Santander (C. A. La Serna de Santander), 8:559, 8:561, 8:562n

Catalogue of Hawkins’s Museum of Useful and Mechanical Inventions (Hawkins), 6:574, 6:574n

Catalogue of Plants in the Botanic Garden, at Liverpool (Roscoe), 1:164n

Catalogue of the Library of the United States (G. Watterston), 8:475n, 8:629, 9:xliv–9:xlv, 9:70, 9:80, 9:80n, 9:237, 9:238n, 9:318, 9:344 (illus.), 9:396n, 9:409, 9:409–9:410n, 9:435, 9:438n, 9:469, 9:531–9:532

Catalogue of the very select and valuable Library of William Roscoe, 10:512, 10:513n

Catalogus auctorum classicorum (A. Koenig), 8:361, 8:362, 8:362n, 8:579

Catalogus Plantarum Americæ Septentrionalis (H. Muhlenberg), 5:22, 5:23n, 7:244, 7:245n

Cate (TJ’s slave)

  • dries peaches, 8:697

Cate (TJ’s slave; b. 1747). See Hubbard, Cate (TJ’s slave; b. 1747)

Cate (TJ’s slave; b. 1788; Betty’s daughter)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:382, 4:383, 4:384, 4:385, 4:386, 5:461, 8:61, 8:255

Cate (TJ’s slave; b. 1788; Suckey’s daughter)

  • hempen bed for, 8:71
  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:383, 4:384, 4:385, 4:386, 5:461, 6:309, 6:309, 6:309, 8:61, 8:62, 8:62, 8:255, 8:255, 8:255, 8:255
  • pot for, 8:70–8:71

Cate (TJ’s slave; b. 1797)

  • on Poplar Forest slave lists, 4:384, 4:385, 5:460, 6:309, 8:61, 8:255
  • visits family at Christmas, 8:132

Catéchisme d’Économie Politique (J. B. Say), 10:196, 10:196n

Catechism of Political Economy (J. B. Say; trans. J. Richter), 10:196, 10:196n, 10:239

Catesby, Mark

  • The Natural History of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands, 8:581, 9:108

Cathalan, Mme (Stephen Cathalan’s mother), 1:312

Cathalan, Eulalie (Stephen Cathalan’s daughter), 1:312

Cathalan, Stephen (ca. 1717–1805)

  • as commercial agent in Marseilles, 9:211, 9:446, 9:447n, 9:575–9:576

Cathalan, Stephen (Étienne) (1757–1819)

  • account with TJ, 8:572, 8:670, 9:470, 9:471n, 10:171, 10:171
  • as commercial agent in Marseille, 9:211, 9:422, 9:446, 9:470, 9:470–9:471, 9:472, 9:570, 9:570–9:572, 9:573, 9:575–9:577, 10:10, 10:118, 10:217
  • congratulates J. Monroe, 9:570, 9:573n
  • consular expenses, 9:211, 9:212n, 9:571–9:572, 9:574–9:577, 10:217
  • and cultivation of lavender, 10:216
  • economic hardships of, 10:216
  • family of, 9:572–9:573, 10:170
  • forwards TJ’s correspondence, 1:207, 4:325
  • health of, 9:577
  • identified, 1:313n
  • H. Jackson conveys TJ’s letters to, 9:152, 9:429
  • letter from, to J. Madison, 9:574–9:578
  • letters from, 1:312–1:313, 9:209–9:212, 9:323–9:324, 9:470–9:471, 9:569–9:573, 10:118–10:119, 10:170–10:172, 10:215–10:218
  • letters to, 8:319, 8:570–8:572, 8:670, 9:420–9:422
  • letters to, from A. Spreafico, 9:471–9:473, 9:573–9:574
  • mentioned, 8:598
  • quotes TJ, 9:576–9:577
  • seeks U.S. citizenship, 9:576
  • sends olive trees, 5:560, 5:561n
  • sends books to TJ, 10:119
  • sends flowers to TJ, 10:215, 10:216, 10:494, 10:521
  • TJ introduces B. S. Barton to, 8:319, 8:326
  • TJ recommends, 9:446, 10:10
  • TJ visits, 10:170
  • visitors to, 10:119, 10:216
  • and wine for TJ, 8:570–8:572, 8:572, 8:587, 8:589, 8:590n, 8:603, 8:627, 8:632, 8:633n, 8:670, 9:186, 9:209–9:210, 9:212n, 9:276, 9:323, 9:420–9:421, 9:470, 9:471–9:472, 9:569–9:570, 9:570, 10:57, 10:68, 10:75, 10:109, 10:109, 10:112, 10:118–10:119, 10:127, 10:157, 10:170, 10:171, 10:193, 10:217, 10:218, 10:229–10:230, 10:307, 10:338, 10:343, 10:358, 10:494, 10:494, 10:521

Catharine Ray (brig), 3:620, 5:447, 5:447n

Cathcart, James Leander

  • identified, 5:457n
  • seeks Lisbon consulate, 5:456, 5:504

Catherine II (“the Great”), empress of Russia

  • J. Adams on, 9:527, 10:7
  • and F. M. Grimm, 9:650
  • as linguist, 9:373n
  • and national independence, 7:542
  • TJ on, 2:276–2:277
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:502, 4:504, 4:504

Catherine, queen of Westphalia (Jerome Bonaparte’s wife), 2:288n

Catholic Doctrines and Catholic Principles Explained (J. Coppinger), 8:411n

Catholicism

  • Acta Sanctorum (J. de Bolland and others), 8:558–8:563, 8:656–8:657, 8:682
  • criticized, 7:23, 8:561–8:562, 8:656–8:657, 10:328, 10:611
  • and French bishops, 10:394–10:395
  • index expurgatorius, 9:175, 9:176n, 9:346

Catholics

  • L. P. G. de Lormerie on, 3:33

Cathrall, Isaac

  • Facts and Observations, relative to the Origin, Progress and Nature of the Fever … of Philadelphia in the summer and autumn of the present year, (1802.), 10:133, 10:146–10:147n

Catiline (Lucius Sergius Catilina), 6:53

Catlett, Kemp

  • and J. H. Craven’s lease, 2:112
  • and Henderson case, 6:201n, 6:573–6:574n, 7:677
  • identified, 3:541n
  • letters to, 3:541
  • TJ orders butter from, 3:541
  • TJ sells bran to, 3:643

Cato: A Tragedy (J. Addison), 7:312n, 9:247, 9:249n

Cato Maior de senectute (Cicero), 7:627

Cato Major, or Discourse on old age (Cicero; trans. Logan), 3:137, 3:137n

Cato the Elder (Marcus Porcius Cato)

  • quotes attributed to, 9:95, 9:97n
  • Rei rusticae, 2:82

Cato the Younger (Marcus Porcius Cato Uticensis)

  • mentioned, 7:373, 8:122n, 8:189

cats

  • fear of, 8:332

cattle

  • at Belmont estate, 3:170–3:171
  • bulls’ eyes used in optical experiments, 9:636–9:637, 9:638n
  • death of, 5:260, 8:217
  • and dogs, 6:511
  • feed for, 2:271, 2:543
  • fences for, 7:80, 10:238
  • fodder for, 4:138, 4:139
  • hair used for textiles, 7:72–7:73, 7:191
  • mentioned, 10:664n
  • at Monticello, 3:437, 8:392
  • in Pa., 1:69n
  • at Poplar Forest, 4:306, 4:381, 7:71, 7:179, 8:72, 8:132, 8:173, 8:174, 8:520
  • price of, 8:307
  • purchased by TJ, 4:557n, 7:519–7:520
  • raised by Indians, 1:110
  • at sea, 6:103
  • taxes on, 8:256, 8:392
  • transportation of, 7:124, 7:179, 8:173, 8:174, 8:184
  • at Tufton, 2:112, 5:260
  • value of, 4:15
  • water for, 8:80

Catullus, Gaius Valerius, 7:661

Caulaincourt, Armand, 1:537, 2:466

cauliflower, 2:90

caves

  • mammoth, 3:623
  • Weyer’s, 1:309, 1:309n

cayenne pepper, 4:102, 6:377–6:378, 6:378n

Cazeaux, Gerard

  • French diplomat, 7:489

C. Cornelii Taciti opera cum varietate lectionum selecta novisque emendationibus (Tacitcus), 6:93, 6:94

C. Cornelii Taciti Opera, quæ exstant (Tacitus; eds. J. F. Gronovius and J. Gronovius), 9:455, 10:233, 10:236n

Cecilia (F. Burney), 7:65

cedar, 10:195, 10:195, 10:238–10:239

cedar of Lebanon, 2:140, 4:497, 4:498n, 4:498n, 5:438, 8:245, 8:246n

Celastrus scandens. See waxwork (American bittersweet)

celery, 1:157, 2:37, 4:180, 4:182n

cello (violoncello), 9:694, 9:696n

Celsius, Olof

  • Hierobotanicon, 7:715, 7:716n

Cenas, Blaize, 2:284

censorship

  • of R. de Bécourt’s book, 7:284, 7:303–7:305, 7:324
  • in France, 10:394
  • TJ on, 7:303–7:305, 8:294

Census, Report on (Thomas Jefferson), 1:569–1:570, 1:570n

Census, U.S.

  • of 1810, 3:202, 3:209, 3:239, 6:226, 6:226n, 9:440, 9:441n

Centaurea macrocephala. See globe centaurea

Central College. See also Albemarle Academy; Virginia, University of

  • Board of Visitors, 2:174n, 2:490n, 8:90–8:93, 8:183, 9:438n, 10:473, 10:473n, 10:474, 10:660
  • classrooms for, 8:87
  • construction of, 1:193n
  • donors to, 1:65n
  • dormitory rooms at, 8:86–8:87, 8:90n
  • Draft Bill to Create Central College and Amend the 1796 Public Schools Act, 8:90–8:94, 8:183, 8:316–8:317, 9:92, 9:93n, 9:360–9:361, 9:361n, 9:365, 9:366, 9:394–9:395, 9:396n, 9:398n, 9:399, 9:436–9:438, 9:469, 9:496–9:497, 10:263, 10:264n
  • employees of, 8:91, 8:91–8:92
  • establishment of, 7:265, 7:265–7:266, 8:353, 10:474
  • funding for, 8:92, 10:660
  • gardens at, 8:87
  • kitchens at, 8:87, 8:87
  • land and buildings owned by, 1:193n, 2:452n, 8:91, 8:91
  • passageways at, 8:86, 8:87, 8:87, 8:90n, 8:90
  • pavilions at, 8:86–8:87, 8:87, 8:89, 8:90n
  • proctor of, 5:567n, 8:90, 8:91–8:92, 9:360–9:361, 9:365, 9:394–9:395, 9:396–9:397, 9:398n, 9:406–9:407, 9:496
  • professors at, 2:174n, 2:377n, 2:405n, 8:90–8:91, 8:353
  • stables and horselots for, 8:87
  • as state university of Va., 9:506
  • students at, 8:91
  • TJ’s architectural designs for, 7:265, 8:86–8:87, 8:88 (illus.), 8:89 (illus.), 8:89–8:90n, 9:626–9:627
  • TJ’s Estimate and Plans for Albemarle Academy/Central College, 8:86–8:90
  • treasurer of, 5:567n, 8:90, 8:91

Ceracchi, Giuseppe

  • bust of G. Washington by, 8:161, 8:162n, 9:128, 9:350, 9:386, 9:387n, 9:671
  • execution of, 8:161, 8:162n

Cérémonial Pour la remise, la réception et le séjour de Madame la Duchesse de Berri, a Marseille, Et son voyage à Toulon (A. J. J. Rochemore), 10:119, 10:119n

Cerneau, Joseph, 2:319n

Cerus

  • Observations on Infidelity, 2:124–2:125, 2:125n, 2:125n

Cervantes, Miguel de, 7:665

  • Don Quixote, 10:346, 10:347n, 10:573

Cervoni, Jean Baptiste, 1:372

Cevallos, Pedro

  • and Louisiana Territory, 9:658, 9:658n

chalcedony, 2:299, 2:299

chalk

  • used as fertilizer, 10:533, 10:534

Chamberlain, Mr. (father of James Chamberlain), 4:15

Chamberlain, Ferdinand Lee, 4:14, 4:15

Chamberlain, James

  • identified, 4:16n
  • letters from, 4:14–4:16
  • requests loan from TJ, 4:14–4:16

Chamberlain, Jason

  • on geology, 7:357
  • identified, 7:181–7:182n
  • An Inaugural Oration delivered at Burlington, August 1, 1811, 7:357, 7:357n, 7:447, 8:111
  • and Iroquois language, 7:181, 7:181n, 7:182n, 7:281, 7:281n, 7:281n, 7:447
  • on language, 7:357
  • legal career of, 8:111
  • letters from, 7:181–7:182, 7:357, 8:111–8:112
  • letters to, 7:243–7:244, 7:447–7:448
  • and study of the classics, 8:111
  • on War of 1812, 8:111–8:112

Chamberlain, Louis Bonaparte, 4:14, 4:15

Chamberlain, Thomas Jefferson, 4:14, 4:15

Chamberlain of London v. Allen Evans, 7:148

Chamberlayne, William

  • identified, 3:37n
  • letters from, 3:270, 3:367–3:368
  • letters from accounted for, 4:9n
  • letters to, 3:36–3:37, 3:250, 3:283–3:284, 3:529, 4:9
  • and slaves of Shackelford estate, 3:36–3:37, 3:196, 3:250, 3:270, 3:283–3:284, 3:367–3:368, 3:529, 4:9, 4:9
  • TJ pays, 4:10

Chambers, John

  • and fiorin grass, 4:159, 4:175, 4:192, 5:574, 5:660–5:661
  • identified, 4:159n
  • letters from, 4:159, 5:574
  • letters to, 4:175, 5:660–5:661

Chambers, Joseph Gaston, 6:415n

Chambord, Mr.

  • forwards packages to TJ, 8:421

champagne (wine), 9:209, 9:288, 9:513

Champagny, Jean Baptiste Nompère de, duc de Cadore. See Cadore, duc de, Jean Baptiste Nompère de Champagny

Champlin, John C., 5:66

Chandler, John (1762–1841)

  • military career of, 6:528

Chandler, John (of Massachusetts)

  • J. Adams on, 6:284–6:285, 6:625

Chandler, John B.

  • letters from, 4:495, 4:590
  • seeks work at TJ’s mills, 4:495, 4:590
  • and J. Shoemaker’s accounts, 4:495

Chandler, Richard

  • The History and Proceedings of the House of Commons, 7:373

Channing, William Ellery

  • on Christianity, 7:436n

Chapman, Nathaniel

  • identified, 1:663n
  • letters from, 1:663
  • letters to, 2:70–2:72
  • and meteorology, 2:70–2:72

Chaptal, Jean Antoine, comte de

  • Elements of Chemistry, 1:307
  • as minister of the interior, 8:558, 8:562n
  • rumored immigration to U.S. of, 9:359, 9:360n
  • Traité théorique et pratique sur la Culture de la Vigne, 2:82, 10:234, 10:237n

charcoal, 2:299, 3:625, 6:517

chariots, 1:41

charity

  • requests to TJ for, 1:67, 1:68n, 1:402–1:403, 1:450, 1:467–1:469, 2:4, 2:241, 2:261–2:262, 2:288–2:290, 2:419, 3:297, 3:346, 3:372–3:373, 3:422–3:423, 3:548–3:549, 3:628, 4:14–4:16, 4:77, 4:168, 4:366, 4:489–4:492, 4:543–4:544, 4:564, 4:577, 4:644–4:645, 6:12–6:13, 6:21–6:23, 6:270, 6:358, 7:121–7:122, 8:74, 9:12–9:13
  • TJ comments on, 1:506, 2:147–2:148, 2:282
  • TJ gives, 7:178, 7:182, 7:356n
  • TJ refuses to give, 6:47–6:48

Charlemagne, Holy Roman emperor, 2:584, 6:192

Charles (ship), 5:220

Charles (J. Barnes’s servant), 7:456

Charles (E. Randolph’s slave), 4:231–4:232n

Charles (TJ’s slave; b. 1785)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387

Charles, archduke of Austria, 1:371, 1:372

Charles I, king of England, 6:228, 6:296, 7:495, 7:551n

Charles II, king of England, 1:489, 2:387n, 6:296, 7:378, 7:538

Charles VII, king of France, 2:12–2:13

Charles IX, king of France

  • and 1572 declaration, 3:160

Charles V, Holy Roman emperor

  • and sectarian violence, 8:551

Charles IV, king of Spain

  • and bust of G. Washington, 9:386, 9:387n
  • family of, 9:480n
  • royal claims of, 2:33, 2:35n
  • rumored return to power of, 8:263, 8:267n
  • and Spanish national debt, 7:393
  • TJ on, 2:276
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:505

Charles XII, king of Sweden, 7:477, 8:683

Charles City County, Va., 8:418

Charles de Lorraine, 6:227

Charless, Joseph

  • identified, 2:567n
  • letters from, 2:567
  • praises TJ, 2:567

Charles the Bald, Holy Roman emperor, 2:584

Charleston, S.C.

  • celebrates Revolutionary War victory, 6:250, 6:251n
  • cisterns in, 9:309, 9:466
  • commerce at, 4:26
  • learned societies in, 6:179, 6:180n, 6:251, 6:376–6:377, 6:378n, 6:483, 6:561
  • Palmetto Society, 6:250, 6:251n
  • pro-administration meeting in, 1:513–1:514
  • Republicans in, 5:680–5:681, 5:681n, 6:611
  • Seventy-Six Association, 4:105–4:107, 7:459, 7:459n, 8:315
  • and yellow fever, 10:35, 10:128, 10:131

Charles Town, Jefferson County, Va. (now W. Va.), 3:647–3:648

Charlevoix, Pierre François Xavier de

  • mentioned, 6:323–6:324

Charlottesville, Va.

  • ball in, 9:488
  • churches in, 8:233
  • courthouse in, 8:233, 8:249
  • description of, 8:233, 10:400, 10:610
  • doctors in, 3:36–3:37, 3:196, 7:502
  • land prices in, 3:622
  • mail service to, 3:56, 3:104, 7:100
  • religious services in, 9:48, 9:112
  • and Rivanna Company, 3:287
  • school proposed for, 8:609, 8:646
  • spinning and weaving factory in, 4:143
  • stagecoach to, from Fredericksburg, 10:71
  • stagecoach to, from Richmond, 8:232–8:233, 10:404
  • stonemason needed in, 7:297
  • watchmaker needed in, 6:61, 6:83, 6:118, 6:258, 10:33, 10:203, 10:275–10:276, 10:307–10:308, 10:321, 10:326, 10:344, 10:345, 10:351–10:352, 10:392–10:393, 10:436–10:437, 10:578, 10:578n, 10:578–10:579, 10:596, 10:606–10:607, 10:630

Charondas, 7:76

Charpentier de Cossigny, Joseph François

  • Observations sur “L’art de faire le vin,” 1:35
  • Recherches physiques et chimiques sur la Fabrication de la Poudre à Canon, 1:35

Charron, Pierre

  • De La Sagesse, 7:458, 7:458n, 7:627, 8:236, 8:242, 8:435, 8:468, 8:469, 8:469n, 8:481–8:482, 8:482n, 8:630, 8:632n

Charter and by-laws of the Columbian Society of Artists Instituted May, 1810, 7:166, 7:166n

Chase, Dudley

  • as U.S. senator, 9:477n, 9:606–9:607

Chastellux, Marquis de

  • describes TJ, 10:644
  • on Natural Bridge, 10:648n
  • Travels in North America in the Years 1780, 1781 and 1782, 1:197, 1:198–1:199n

Chateaubriand, François Auguste René, vicomte de

  • mentioned, 8:558, 9:175
  • Travels in Greece, Palestine, Egypt, and Barbary, during the years 1806 and 1807, 7:26, 7:26, 7:27n

Chatham, Battle of (Battle of Medway), 7:684n

Chatham, John Pitt, 2d Earl of, 2:7, 2:9n

Chatham, William Pitt, 1st Earl of, 3:78, 3:79n, 6:53, 7:373, 7:374n, 8:522, 8:523n

Chatillon, Congress of (1814), 7:422–7:423, 7:423, 7:426n

Chaucer, Geoffrey

  • poet, 9:633
  • The Workes of our Antient and Learned English Poet, Geffrey Chaucer, newly Printed, 8:235

Chaudière River (Canada), 5:367, 5:368n, 5:368, 5:385

Chaudon, Louis Mayeul

  • Nouveau Dictionnaire Historique, 8:561

Chaudron, Jean Simon, 5:467n, 10:580

Chaudron & Company (Philadelphia firm), 6:339n

Chaumont, Jacques Donatien Le Ray de

  • carries TJ’s letters, 5:449
  • and D. B. Warden, 7:506n, 7:506n

Chauncey, Isaac

  • and R. Fulton’s underwater cannon, 6:273
  • U.S. Navy commodore, 6:468, 6:510, 6:525n, 7:501, 7:593, 7:593n, 8:215–8:216, 9:408, 10:94n

Chauvelin, François Bernard, Marquis de

  • as French ambassador to Great Britain, 7:298

Chazotte, Peter Stephen

  • identified, 9:61n
  • letters from, 9:61
  • letters to, 9:90
  • A New System of Banking, 9:61, 9:61n, 9:90

cheese

  • in American workers’ diet, 9:616, 9:620n, 9:620n
  • cream, 5:204
  • fine, 1:45, 1:368
  • ordinary, 1:45, 1:369
  • sent to TJ, 5:464
  • TJ orders, 4:211, 6:344, 10:300
  • TJ’s “Mammoth,” 9:528, 9:529n

Cheetham, James

  • charity sought for heirs of, 4:543–4:544, 4:564, 4:577
  • as editor of American Citizen, 10:332–10:333, 10:333, 10:334–10:335n
  • mentioned, 6:255

Cheetham, Rachel (James Cheetham’s wife)

  • death of, 4:544n

Chelazzi, Luigi

  • priest in Florence, 9:291n

chemistry

  • books on, 1:36, 1:37, 1:307, 1:581, 5:175–5:176, 5:223, 6:408, 6:408, 6:411n, 7:626, 8:429, 8:430n, 10:234
  • experiment with tobacco, 1:142
  • scholars of, 2:48, 2:377n, 10:68–10:69
  • study of, 2:375, 2:668, 7:480, 7:638, 7:639, 7:640, 7:641, 7:663, 7:667, 7:667, 7:667, 7:686, 8:341, 8:341, 9:529, 9:644
  • TJ’s knowledge of, 10:68–10:69

Chemung mammoth. See mammoth, Asiatic (Chemung mammoth)

Cherokee corn, 3:502

Cherokee Indians

  • ironworks for, 7:162, 7:162–7:163n, 7:163–7:164, 7:199–7:200, 7:200n
  • lands of, 1:6–1:7, 1:7–1:8n
  • migration of, 1:653
  • militia expedition against, 6:419
  • TJ on government of, 1:110, 5:124, 5:125n, 10:155
  • and War of 1812, 7:161

cherries

  • Carnation, 3:644–3:645, 3:645n, 9:533
  • as crop, 8:258, 8:305
  • May dukes, 3:644–3:645, 3:645n
  • Morello, 4:9
  • planted at Monticello, 3:455, 3:455, 3:455
  • Tuckahoe (gray), 3:448, 3:448n, 3:455

Cherry, Robert, 1:516–1:517

Chesapeake, USS (frigate)

  • capture of during War of 1812, 6:250, 6:251n, 6:265, 9:331n
  • incident (1807), 1:409, 2:257, 2:261n, 3:100, 3:232n, 3:578n, 3:604n, 4:273, 4:670, 5:125–5:126, 5:456, 5:457n, 6:376n, 7:530, 9:509

Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company, 2:213–2:214, 2:296

Chesapeake Bay

  • British blockade of, 5:671–5:672, 5:673, 6:3, 6:4, 6:20, 6:24, 6:48, 6:48, 6:61, 6:66, 6:84–6:85, 6:87, 6:92, 6:110, 6:119–6:120, 6:135, 6:154, 6:216–6:217, 6:217, 6:314, 6:331, 6:336, 6:349, 6:350, 6:366, 6:448, 6:544, 6:544, 6:605, 6:605, 6:620, 8:21, 8:132, 9:624, 9:644
  • British pillage coast of, 8:218, 8:224
  • British reinforcements sent to, 6:265–6:266, 6:363, 6:363n, 7:601
  • defense of, 6:64, 6:120–6:121, 6:154, 6:169, 6:169–6:170, 6:170n, 6:202, 6:210, 6:216–6:218, 6:320, 6:620, 7:159, 9:591, 9:623–9:625
  • survey of, 9:686

Chester County, Pa., 1:68–1:69n

Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl of

  • anecdote about, 10:110–10:111, 10:185–10:186
  • The Economy of Human Life, 3:50n
  • quoted by B. Rush, 1:184

Chesterfield County, Va.

  • created from Henrico Co., 7:228, 7:228n
  • proposed sale of land in, 8:145–8:146, 8:146n

chestnut

  • European, 1:594n, 3:503, 4:322–4:323, 4:497, 4:498n, 4:498n, 5:188–5:189, 7:34, 7:52
  • horse, 1:272, 1:593, 1:594n, 2:310, 3:503, 3:504n

Chevallier, Mr. See Lechevalier, Jean Baptiste

Cheves, Langdon

  • as congressman, 8:24–8:25
  • letters from accounted for, 3:62n
  • An Oration, delivered in St. Philip’s Church, 3:61–3:62, 3:136–3:137

Chew, Maj., 1:478, 2:380

Chew, Benjamin

  • family of, 4:152
  • on mortality, 10:5, 10:284

Chew, Samuel

  • The Speech of Samuel Chew, Esq, 4:152–4:153, 4:153n

Chianti (wine), 10:275, 10:411, 10:416

Chickasaw Indians

  • and ironworks, 7:200n
  • lands of, 1:6–1:7, 6:423
  • U.S. Indian agent for, 1:26, 6:423

chickens, 6:511, 8:307, 9:616, 9:620n, 9:620n, 9:713

chickpea (garavance; garbanzo bean), 6:188, 6:293, 7:326

chicory (succory), 4:19, 4:33, 4:33n, 5:550

Childers, Nathaniel

  • as forage master, 7:135, 7:156

children. See also education; games; health: pregnancy and childbirth; Henderson case: claims by minor heirs; Jefferson, Thomas: Family & Friends: relations with grandchildren; Monticello (TJ’s estate): schooling at; schools and colleges; specific entries for TJ’s Eppes and Randolph descendants

  • books for, 1:35, 1:294, 1:294n, 1:332, 1:333n, 2:101, 2:193, 2:264, 2:306–2:307, 2:308n, 2:309n, 3:122, 4:125, 4:289, 8:22, 8:633–8:634, 9:97, 9:97n, 9:129, 10:336, 10:338
  • death of, 7:62, 7:186
  • health of, 7:178, 8:85
  • labor of, 7:39, 7:71, 8:547, 8:634, 8:635, 8:635n, 9:534–9:537, 10:32, 10:662
  • legal rights of, 7:329
  • letters from
    • T. J. Abbott, 8:74
    • F. Eppes, 8:99–8:100
  •  

  • letters to
    • F. Eppes, 7:647, 8:68–8:69, 10:72–10:73
  •  

  • slave, 5:31, 5:187, 5:446, 7:71, 7:180, 8:634, 8:635

Childress, Lemuel

  • militia service of, 7:161

Chile

  • independence movement in, 10:373, 10:374

Chiles, Henry

  • petition to General Assembly, 4:346–4:349

Chili strawberry, 2:140, 3:545, 4:497, 4:498n, 4:498n, 4:523

Chilton, Richard

  • TJ pays for corn, 9:51

China

  • ancient philosophers of, 10:504
  • financial system in ancient, 2:582, 2:585–2:586
  • D. Porter on, 1:447
  • A. B. Woodward on, 1:253

China grass. See silk plant

China pink. See pinks

Chinese language

  • study of, 7:480
  • treatise on by A. Palmer, 1:518, 1:518n

Chinese silk plant. See silk plant

Chipman, Nathaniel

  • Sketches of the Principles of Government, 7:628, 9:436

Chippewa, Battle of, 7:524–7:525, 7:525n, 8:259, 8:263–8:264

Chippewa Indians, 2:57, 2:58n

chisels, 1:135, 1:136n

Chisholm, Mr.

  • delivers letter, 7:461
  • and T. M. Randolph’s will, 6:19

Chisholm, Hugh

  • account with TJ, 3:215–3:216
  • as bricklayer, 7:297, 7:448, 7:449n
  • builds brick cisterns, 3:67, 4:4n
  • builds garden pavilion, 5:xlvii
  • hogs for, 5:489
  • identified, 3:67–3:68n
  • letters from, 7:380
  • letters to, 3:67–3:68, 4:4, 7:357–7:358
  • mentioned, 2:201, 2:201n, 6:203, 9:713
  • plastering at Poplar Forest, 5:343, 5:381–5:382, 5:403, 7:297, 7:380, 7:400
  • stonework at Poplar Forest, 7:380
  • and wing of offices at Poplar Forest, 7:xlvi, 7:380, 7:380n
  • witnesses documents, 6:34, 6:36, 6:36n, 6:36, 6:36–6:37n
  • works on TJ’s mill, 4:4, 4:4n, 5:357

Chisholm, Isham

  • account with TJ, 5:5, 5:5, 5:6n
  • identified, 5:5n
  • and plastering at Poplar Forest, 5:457, 5:458n
  • TJ pays, 4:233, 5:5, 7:45, 7:45n
  • tracks runaway slave, 4:620, 5:5, 5:5n, 5:6n, 5:34

Chisholm, John R., 2:201, 2:201n, 3:215, 3:215, 3:215, 3:216n

Chittenden, Martin

  • proclamation of, 7:61, 7:62–7:63n

chocolate, 1:44, 6:306, 6:321

Choppin, René

  • Oeuvres, 3:174n

A Chorographical and Statistical Description of the District of Columbia (D. B. Warden), 4:19, 4:20n, 9:493, 9:493n

Chouteau, Augustus

  • recommends R. Easton, 7:365, 7:366n

Christian VII, king of Denmark, 2:276

Christian, Charles

  • identified, 4:544n
  • letters from, 4:543–4:544, 4:577
  • letters to, 4:564
  • solicits charity for Cheetham heirs, 4:543–4:544, 4:564, 4:577

Christian Disciple

  • edited by N. Worcester, 9:104

Christianity

  • J. Adams on, 10:361, 10:507
  • Anglican catechism, 8:7n
  • C. Clay on, 8:149–8:150
  • corruptions of, 10:79n, 10:123, 10:277–10:278, 10:301, 10:328
  • Crusades, 6:192, 10:508
  • denominational strife, 9:255–9:256, 9:378, 9:378–9:379, 9:380–9:381, 9:381–9:383, 10:120, 10:259
  • doxology, 7:385, 7:386n, 10:588
  • increased zeal for, 10:262
  • Inquisition, 8:490, 8:491n, 9:175, 9:346
  • M. King on, 7:586–7:589
  • and law, 7:146–7:148, 7:190–7:191, 7:217, 7:257
  • liturgy, 9:96, 9:97n, 10:375, 10:376n
  • G. Logan on, 9:708–9:709, 10:467–10:468, 10:522
  • papacy, 6:409
  • Protestant Reformation, 6:192
  • relics, 7:220
  • in Roman Empire, 6:367
  • and slavery, 10:76–10:79
  • A. O. Stansbury on, 8:187–8:191
  • Thirty-Nine Articles (Church of England), 10:506
  • TJ on, 1:564–1:565, 2:157, 8:149–8:150, 8:211–8:212, 8:245, 9:78–9:79, 9:340–9:341, 9:703–9:704, 10:120, 10:123, 10:124n, 10:125, 10:259, 10:262, 10:262, 10:277–10:278, 10:300–10:301, 10:467, 10:480, 10:521–10:522, 10:541, 10:548, 10:550, 10:649, 10:650
  • F. A. Van der Kemp on, 9:595–9:596, 10:121–10:122, 10:123, 10:241–10:242, 10:381–10:382

The Christian’s Victory Over Death and the Grave. A Sermon … on the decease of Elizabeth Lady Temple (J. S. J. Gardiner), 7:67

Christie, Gabriel, 1:586, 1:587n, 2:221, 2:292

Christie, William, 5:133n

Christina, queen of Sweden

  • maxims of, 9:600, 9:600–9:601n

Christmas

  • Cabell’s gift to TJ, 2:490n
  • holiday from labor during, 8:158, 8:158n
  • mentioned, 3:36, 8:70, 8:71, 8:72, 8:78, 8:132, 8:173, 8:185, 9:254
  • and mince pies, 7:78
  • at Monticello, 2:92
  • and slaves’ family visits, 8:132
  • and TJ’s grandchildren, 2:103, 2:110, 2:111n, 8:68, 8:99
  • TJ spends in Hanover Co., 4:598, 8:645, 10:365

Christy, John

  • on flax, 3:280n

“Chronological Series of Facts relative to Louisiana” (Thomas Jefferson), 3:281, 3:282–3:283, 3:292, 3:297, 3:327, 3:328n

A Chronological Table and Scriptural Maps, to Accompany the Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott’s Family Bible, 2:321, 2:322n

The Chronologist of the Present War … from the Commencement of the French Revolution, to the end of the year 1796, 9:60

chronometers

  • for surveying, 9:689, 9:691
  • for U.S. Coast Survey, 9:223, 9:223, 9:224, 9:224, 9:224

Chrozophora tinctoria. See turnsole plant

chub, Roanoke, 4:650, 4:651n, 4:651, 4:662–4:663, 4:684, 6:116, 6:122–6:123, 7:260

Church, Angelica Schuyler, 1:174, 1:175n, 3:438, 10:654

Church, Edward, 6:255

Churchill, Capt., 9:699n

Churchman, George

  • identified, 2:382–2:383n
  • letters from, 2:381–2:383
  • and slavery, 2:382

Churro sheep, 1:18, 1:19n

Churton, William

  • surveyor, 9:690

Cicer arietinum. See chickpea (garavance; garbanzo bean)

Cicero, Marcus Tullius

  • authenticity of works of, 9:87
  • Cato Maior de senectute, 7:627
  • Cato Major, or Discourse on old age (trans. Logan), 3:137, 3:137n
  • Consulatus suus, 9:306
  • De Officiis, 1:576, 7:627, 7:661
  • T. Law quotes, 7:467, 7:468n
  • Letters to Friends, 1:386, 1:386n
  • Lettres de Ciceron a Atticus (trans. N. H. Mongault; ed. L. J. M. A. Goujon), 9:354, 9:420
  • Lettres de Cicéron a M. Brutus, et de M. Brutus a Ciceron (trans. A. F. Prévost; ed. L. J. M. A. Goujon), 9:354, 9:420
  • Lettres de Ciceron, Qu’on nomme vulgairement Familières (trans. A. F. Prévost; ed. L. J. M. A. Goujon), 9:354, 9:354, 9:355n, 9:420, 9:420
  • mentioned, 6:299, 6:542, 8:297, 8:505, 8:508n
  • C. Middleton’s life of, 1:35, 1:580
  • Oeuvres Philosophiques de Cicéron (Didot edition), 9:354, 9:420
  • orations of, 2:153, 7:661, 9:713
  • Oratio Pro M. Marcello (ed. F. A. Wolf), 9:87
  • Pro Cluentio, 10:206, 10:209n
  • proscription of, 10:360
  • quoted, 7:74, 7:78n, 8:111, 8:112n, 8:208, 8:208n, 10:206
  • Somnium Scipionis, 7:627
  • TJ on, 7:453, 9:341
  • TJ on editions of, 9:353, 9:354n
  • TJ quotes, 9:374, 9:375n
  • TJ recommends, 3:632n, 7:447, 7:447, 7:630
  • Tusculan Disputations, 7:627
  • writings on government, 6:278, 7:479

Cichorium intybus. See chicory (succory)

cider

  • acquisition of, 10:577, 10:577n
  • apple, 4:140–4:141, 4:210, 5:464, 7:381, 7:381, 7:382n, 7:444–7:445, 7:445n, 8:12
  • bought by TJ, 8:12, 8:12n, 9:124, 9:151, 9:262, 9:262n, 9:267, 9:269, 9:270n, 10:553–10:554, 10:577, 10:577n
  • brewing and bottling of, 9:371, 9:542, 10:553
  • filtration system for, 8:196, 8:253, 8:402–8:403, 8:404 (illus.)
  • mentioned, 6:348, 8:235
  • orchards for, 1:657
  • price of, 2:223, 9:512
  • Treatise on the Culture of the Apple & Pear, and on the Manufacture of Cider & Perry (Knight), 1:582, 2:83

cigars, 1:466

cinchona (Peruvian bark)

  • essay on, 4:18n, 5:670n
  • used to treat J. Madison, 6:241
  • use of, 9:44, 9:44n, 10:150

cinnamon, 1:31, 1:44, 1:368, 2:109

Circello, Tommaso di Somma, marchese di, 10:353, 10:355n

circles (surveying instruments). See Borda’s circle (surveying instrument); reflecting circle

Circular Letter of the Literary and Philosophical Society, of New-York (D. Clinton), 8:409, 8:409n

circumferentor, 9:xliii–9:xliv, 9:344 (illus.), 9:622, 9:622n, 9:643, 9:685–9:686

A Circumstantial Report of the Evidence and Proceedings upon the Charges preferred against His Royal Highness the Duke of York (G. L. Wardle; probably included in Book of Kings compiled by TJ). See also Book of Kings, 1:182, 1:182n, 8:33, 8:240, 8:242n

cisterns, 3:67, 4:4n

  • in Charleston, S.C., 9:309, 9:466
  • design of, 8:402–8:403
  • at Monticello, 5:308, 8:130, 8:166, 8:252, 8:253, 8:253n, 9:309, 9:466, 9:468n
  • in Paris, 5:308

The Citizen of the World, 7:665

citric acid. See lemon acid

Citrus aurantifolia. See lime (tree)

Citrus aurantium. See orange (tree)

cittern (English guitar), 9:xliv, 9:344 (illus.), 9:554n

City Gazette and Commercial Daily Advertiser (Charleston, S.C., newspaper), 6:251n, 6:611, 6:611n, 6:636, 6:636n

City of Washington Gazette (newspaper), 8:5

civil law, 2:357, 2:521, 2:522, 2:526, 2:527, 2:678, 2:679, 3:31, 4:477, 8:483–8:484

Civitavecchia

  • U.S. consul at, 3:646

C. Julii Cæsaris quæ extant. Interpretatione & Notis (J. Caesar; ed. J. Godouin), 10:233

Claiborne, Clarissa Duralde (William C. C. Claiborne’s wife), 2:135–2:136, 2:355

Claiborne, Ferdinand Leigh, 4:15, 6:389

Claiborne, William C. C. (William C. C. Claiborne’s son), 2:136, 2:355

Claiborne, William Charles Coles

  • and annual message to legislature, 3:344, 3:344n, 3:484
  • and batture controversy, 2:429, 2:440–2:443n, 2:444–2:445n, 2:446n, 2:449, 2:450n, 2:451n, 3:25, 3:157–3:158, 3:476, 3:477, 3:485–3:486, 3:488n, 3:497–3:498, 3:519, 3:519n, 5:85n, 6:388–6:389, 6:390–6:391, 6:392, 6:393, 6:393, 6:394–6:395, 6:433–6:434, 6:434n, 6:437n, 8:64, 8:64n
  • on W. Brown, 2:136
  • consults with TJ on batture case, 2:462, 2:471–2:472, 2:657, 2:658–2:659n, 2:659–2:660, 2:681–2:682, 3:42–3:43, 3:52–3:53, 3:420
  • and J. Dawson’s application, 4:648, 5:9
  • governor of La., 5:112, 7:226, 7:227n
  • governor of Orleans Territory, 1:635, 9:658n
  • identified, 1:179–1:180n
  • introduces G. Dorsey, 8:38–8:39, 8:64, 8:139
  • and Lafayette’s La. land, 2:243, 2:245
  • and B. de La Harpe manuscript, 9:446, 9:516, 9:658n
  • leave of absence, 2:435n
  • letters from, 1:179–1:180, 1:202–1:203, 1:287, 2:135–2:136, 2:177–2:178, 2:192–2:193, 2:434–2:435, 2:471–2:472, 2:681–2:682, 3:25–3:27, 3:52–3:53, 3:157–3:159, 3:264–3:265, 3:325–3:326, 3:344, 6:388–6:390, 6:433–6:434, 8:38–8:39, 8:64
  • letters from J. Mather to, 3:52–3:53, 3:157–3:158, 3:159–3:161
  • letters to, 1:509–1:510, 2:355–2:357, 2:357–2:358, 2:462, 3:167–3:168, 4:631, 5:9
  • letters to accounted for, 2:47n
  • letters to mentioned, 2:136n
  • on E. Livingston, 2:434, 2:471–2:472, 2:682, 2:682, 3:25, 3:157–3:158, 8:64
  • and merino sheep, 3:178
  • plants requested from, 7:287, 7:321
  • procures batture documents for TJ, 2:434, 2:436n, 2:516, 2:517, 2:657–2:659, 2:662, 2:682, 3:43, 3:168
  • settles accounts with federal government, 2:434, 2:471
  • on threat of Indian incursions, 6:389
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:624, 4:631
  • transmits messages to and from Orleans territorial legislature, 2:160, 2:192, 2:355, 2:357
  • visits Monticello, 2:434, 2:462, 2:471, 2:658–2:659n, 2:659–2:660, 3:314, 3:315n
  • and War of 1812, 8:38–8:39, 8:64, 8:85n, 8:295, 8:296n
  • on W. Fla., 3:264–3:265, 3:325–3:326, 3:344
  • and J. Wilkinson, 3:519, 3:519n
  • and yellow fever, 2:135–2:136

Claims of Literature (Williams), 3:207, 3:208n

Claparède, Michel Marie, comte, 1:372

Clarendon, Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of

  • The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, Begun in the Year 1641, 8:581, 8:582n, 9:109
  • writings of, 10:589

claret (wine), 1:387, 1:397, 2:191, 8:232, 9:512, 9:513, 9:513n

Clark, Dr.

  • writings of, 6:302

Clark, Mr.

  • and lime for TJ, 5:381–5:382, 5:663

Clark, Mr. (of Boston)

  • and G. Ticknor, 10:484–10:485

Clark, Benjamin

  • and H. Marks’s estate, 4:511, 5:18n, 5:73

Clark, Bowling

  • identified, 5:40n
  • and Ivy Creek tract, 5:33, 5:35, 5:39–5:40, 5:88, 5:88n
  • letters from, 5:88
  • letters to, 5:39–5:40

Clark, Christopher Henderson

  • and C. Buckner, 4:413, 4:460, 4:460–4:461
  • family of, 10:570
  • and height of Peaks of Otter, 8:696, 9:27, 9:144, 9:145, 9:148, 9:168, 9:173
  • home of on route to Natural Bridge, 9:35, 9:35
  • identified, 2:323–2:324n
  • invites TJ to visit, 8:696, 9:145
  • letters from, 2:328, 5:395, 8:696, 9:33, 9:145, 9:148, 9:583–9:584, 10:497–10:499, 10:570–10:571
  • letters to, 2:322–2:324, 2:327–2:328, 4:460–4:461, 7:430, 9:26–9:27, 9:144–9:145, 9:148, 10:428–10:430
  • on perjury, 10:497–10:498
  • plans to visit Poplar Forest, 9:584
  • recommends W. Saunders, 5:395
  • regrets not seeing TJ, 10:570–10:571
  • and Robertson perjury case, 10:428–10:430, 10:497–10:499
  • sells land, 9:147
  • TJ introduces J. Corrêa da Serra to, 9:26–9:27
  • TJ introduces F. W. Gilmer to, 9:26–9:27
  • TJ seeks legal assistance from, 7:430
  • TJ sends box for sowing seed to, 9:563, 9:583–9:584
  • and TJ’s land dispute with S. Scott, 2:322–2:323, 2:326, 2:327–2:328
  • TJ visits, 9:18, 9:27, 9:33, 9:33n, 9:148, 9:153, 9:183
  • visitors to, 9:18, 9:27, 9:33, 9:33n

Clark, Daniel (of Knaresborough, England)

  • and E. Aram’s murder trial, 7:375, 7:377, 7:378n

Clark, Daniel (of Louisiana)

  • W. C. C. Claiborne on, 2:682, 3:344
  • death of, 7:61
  • and post road, 9:508
  • Proofs of the Corruption of Gen. James Wilkinson, 3:265, 3:323, 3:325n, 3:440, 3:519, 3:519n, 3:543

Clark, Elizabeth Hook (Christopher Henderson Clark’s first wife), 2:328

Clark (Clarke), George Rogers

  • mentioned, 6:422, 6:425
  • observes fossils, 1:511n, 8:448, 8:448
  • 1779 expedition of, 3:580n, 4:267, 4:267n, 4:377–4:378, 4:578, 4:626, 6:446, 8:200, 8:200n
  • surveys boundaries, 9:690, 9:692n
  • and western exploration, 6:417

Clark, James

  • as juror, 5:278, 5:279
  • petition to General Assembly, 3:253–3:254
  • and TJ’s correspondence on religion, 8:365n
  • witnesses warrant, 5:280

Clark, Julia Hancock (William Clark’s wife), 1:511n

Clark, Mary Norvell (Christopher Henderson Clark’s second wife)

  • health of, 10:570
  • TJ sends greetings to, 9:144

Clark, Meriwether Lewis, 1:511n

Clark, Sarah

  • and H. Marks’s estate, 4:511, 5:18n, 5:73

Clark, Thomas

  • identified, 6:166n
  • letters from, 6:165–6:166, 7:139–7:141, 7:232
  • letters to, 7:190, 7:256–7:257
  • Naval History of the United States, 7:139, 7:140n, 7:140–7:141n, 7:155, 7:155n, 7:190, 7:190, 7:256
  • proposed history of the United States, 7:139–7:140, 7:140n, 7:190, 7:232, 7:256, 7:256–7:257
  • Sketches of the Naval History of the United States, 6:146, 6:165, 6:167, 6:167–6:168n, 6:206–6:207, 6:289
  • TJ introduces to J. Barbour, 7:256, 7:256

Clark (Clarke), William

  • and books for L. Marks, 10:445, 10:446n
  • excavates fossils, 5:573n, 8:448, 8:449n
  • as governor of Missouri Territory, 10:445–10:446
  • identified, 1:511n
  • and journals of Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1:603, 1:607, 1:630n, 1:668–1:669, 2:31, 2:34, 2:72, 2:123, 2:140, 6:417, 6:423, 6:531–6:532, 7:31, 7:63, 9:309, 9:706, 10:164, 10:256–10:257, 10:377, 10:444
  • land warrant granted to, 2:121, 2:122n, 6:424n
  • letter from, 10:444–10:446
  • letters to, 1:510–1:511, 10:326–10:327, 10:377
  • and Lewis and Clark Expedition, 6:422, 6:425, 9:605n
  • as M. Lewis’s executor, 2:123, 2:336, 2:567, 3:110, 3:166, 6:417
  • mentioned, 2:567, 10:545
  • and papers of Lewis and Clark Expedition, 10:377, 10:444–10:445, 10:446n
  • sends fossils to TJ, 1:509, 4:43, 8:449n
  • sends sheepskin to TJ, 1:327, 1:328n, 1:510
  • R. B. Sthreshly introduced to, 10:326–10:327
  • TJ on, 6:357
  • travels to Washington, 2:58, 2:72
  • visits Monticello, 2:31, 2:72

Clarke, Adam

  • The Holy Bible, 3:356–3:357

Clarke, Colin

  • desires military commission, 8:75, 8:129
  • identified, 8:75n
  • introduced to TJ, 8:75, 8:113

Clarke, Edward Daniel

  • Travels in Various Countries of Europe, Asia, and Africa, 6:327, 6:329n

Clarke, George Rogers. See Clark (Clarke), George Rogers

Clarke, James

  • family of, 8:75, 8:75, 8:129

Clarke, John (ca. 1687–1734, British author)

  • A New Grammar of the Latin Tongue, 7:458, 7:458n

Clarke, John (1766–1844)

  • and carrying trade, 5:675–5:679, 6:57–6:58
  • identified, 5:680n
  • letters from, 5:675–5:680, 7:16–7:23
  • letters to, 6:57–6:58, 7:158
  • plan for increasing enlistment of regular troops, 7:16–7:20, 7:158, 7:159
  • and silk-manufacturing project, 1:341, 1:342n, 1:355, 1:412–1:413, 1:414, 1:423–1:424, 1:472, 5:680n
  • on U.S. position internationally, 7:20–7:21
  • on wartime political wrangling, 7:21–7:22

Clarke, John L.

  • identified, 6:341n
  • letters from, 6:340–6:341
  • witnesses unusual atmospheric phenomenon, 6:340–6:341

Clarke, Mary Anne, 1:82–1:83n, 6:622

  • and A Circumstantial Report of the Evidence and Proceedings upon the Charges preferred against His Royal Highness the Duke of York (G. L. Wardle; included in Book of Kings compiled by TJ; See also Book of Kings), 8:33, 8:240, 8:242n
  • Evidence and Proceedings upon the Charges preferred against the Duke of York, in 1809, 7:34, 7:36n

Clarke, Samuel

  • edits Ὁμήρου ἅπαντα. h. e Homeri opera omnia (Homer), 10:234, 10:237n

Clarkeston, Mr. See Claxton, Mr. (of Bedford Co.)

Clarkson, Mr., 3:454, 8:173, 8:174

Clarkson, David Matthew

  • U.S. naval agent for Saint Kitts, 5:145–5:147, 5:290, 5:664

Clarkson, John, 3:386n

Clarkson, Manoah, 8:174n

Clarkson, Thomas

  • efforts to abolish the slave trade, 3:385, 3:386n, 10:265, 10:265–10:266n

classics

  • collegiate education in, 7:480, 7:480, 7:661–7:662, 7:661–7:662, 7:663, 7:668, 7:685–7:686, 8:111
  • P. S. Du Pont de Nemours on publication of, 10:328, 10:328
  • German scholarship on, 9:84, 9:86–9:87, 9:697–9:698, 10:485n, 10:531–10:532
  • P. Henry as reader of, 10:365, 10:384, 10:384n
  • G. Ticknor on editions of, 9:195–9:196, 9:455–9:456, 9:697–9:698, 10:213
  • TJ on value of, 10:349
  • TJ reads, 10:443, 10:485n

Clausel, Bertrand, comte

  • plans visit to Monticello, 10:253, 10:314

Clavigero, Francesco Saverio

  • Storia Antica del Messico, 1:196, 1:198n, 7:664, 10:127–10:128, 10:145n

claviole (pianoforte), 6:574, 6:575n

Claxton, Mr. (of Bedford Co.)

  • and J. A. Goodman, 4:307
  • and TJ’s land dispute with S. Scott, 5:339, 5:339, 5:341, 5:342

Claxton, Thomas (ca. 1794–1813), 1:42, 1:43n

Claxton, Thomas (d. 1821)

  • doorkeeper of U.S. House of Representatives, 5:392n
  • identified, 1:43n
  • letters from, 1:42–1:43
  • and President’s House, 1:76, 2:127

Clay, Charles

  • and asparagus, 5:48, 6:93, 6:94, 9:702
  • carding machine for, 7:79, 7:114, 7:116
  • eyeglasses for, 8:74, 8:212–8:213, 8:246, 8:279
  • family of, 5:48n, 10:189, 10:190n
  • identified, 2:78n
  • legal problems of, 10:189, 10:190n, 10:191, 10:192n
  • letters from, 3:65, 4:341, 5:84, 5:408, 5:464, 6:94, 6:111–6:112, 7:116, 8:149–8:150, 8:245–8:246, 8:496, 9:229–9:230, 10:189–10:190
  • letters from accounted for, 4:86n
  • letters to, 2:77–2:78, 4:86, 4:98, 5:490–5:491, 6:93, 6:106, 7:79, 7:114, 8:74, 8:211–8:213, 8:279, 8:501, 8:685, 9:183, 9:702, 10:190–10:192
  • letters to accounted for, 4:341n, 5:464n
  • makes payment for TJ, 7:387, 8:515n
  • and mulberry trees, 3:354, 9:183
  • and naval appointment for B. R. Scott, 5:408, 5:408–5:409, 5:409n
  • and T. M. Randolph’s payment to TJ, 6:111–6:112
  • religious beliefs of, 8:149–8:150
  • and sale of Poplar Forest land, 2:77–2:78, 4:5, 5:84, 5:84n, 5:480
  • sells corn to TJ, 9:58, 9:58n, 9:58n, 10:59n
  • sells rye to TJ, 9:58n
  • sends cider to TJ, 5:464
  • sends seeds to TJ, 3:65, 8:74, 9:229–9:230
  • and superintendent for Poplar Forest, 8:496, 8:501
  • and surveying instruments, 4:341
  • temperature readings of, 3:396–3:397
  • TJ arranges to meet, 4:86, 5:470
  • TJ borrows books from, 9:702
  • TJ invites to Poplar Forest, 6:93, 6:106, 8:685
  • TJ makes payment to, 8:515, 8:515, 9:58n
  • and TJ’s coat, 8:74
  • TJ sends batture pamphlet to, 4:625
  • TJ sends gold calculations to, 5:490
  • TJ sends seed to, 5:490
  • TJ sends sundial calculations to, 4:98, 4:98n
  • and TJ’s mortgage to S. J. Harrison, 5:61
  • TJ’s promissory note to, 9:58
  • and TJ’s religious beliefs, 8:149–8:150, 8:211–8:212, 8:245
  • TJ visits, 9:183
  • visitor to, 4:366

Clay, Cyrus B.

  • conveys letter to TJ, 10:189, 10:190n
  • identified, 5:48n
  • letters from, 5:48
  • sends millet to TJ, 5:48
  • and Tacitus, 6:93, 6:94
  • and TJ’s sundial calculations, 4:98, 5:48n

Clay, Editha Landon Davies (Charles Clay’s wife)

  • inheritance of, 10:192n
  • sends cheese to TJ, 5:464
  • sends potatoes to TJ, 9:229–9:230
  • and spinning machines, 6:106
  • TJ invites to dinner, 6:106

Clay, Green

  • War of 1812 service of, 8:222

Clay, Henry

  • and batture controversy, 3:204, 3:205n, 3:244, 3:255, 3:317
  • carries TJ’s letters to Europe, 7:222
  • and J. Delaplaine’s Repository, 9:460, 10:38
  • forwards letter to TJ, 9:195
  • identified, 10:378n
  • introduces A. Stewart to TJ, 10:378
  • and W. F. Jones, 6:126, 6:127n
  • letter from, 10:378
  • letters from accounted for, 3:317n
  • mentioned, 3:333n
  • negotiates convention with Great Britain, 8:588, 8:589n, 8:654, 8:655n, 9:45–9:46, 9:46n
  • as peace negotiator, 7:138, 7:139n, 7:197, 7:201–7:202, 7:202n, 7:223–7:224, 9:83
  • portrait of, 10:38, 10:39n
  • as U.S. congressman, 10:379
  • as U.S. senator, 4:113n, 4:129

Clay, Joseph

  • and W. Duane, 3:450–3:451, 3:452n, 3:506, 3:509n, 3:585

Clay, Matthew, 5:359n

Clayton, Maj. (of Culpeper Courthouse)

  • letters to, 7:551
  • and package for TJ, 7:460, 7:551

Clayton, John

  • botanist, 5:669
  • identifies Jeffersonia diphylla (twinleaf), 1:57n
  • and Indian hemp, 4:667

Clayton, Robert

  • A Vindication of the Histories of the Old and New Testament, 10:506

Clayton, William B.

  • and P. Piernet’s will, 4:166n

Clayton, William Willis

  • identified, 4:366n
  • letters from, 4:366
  • seeks aid from TJ, 4:366

Claytor, John

  • as Bedford Co. sheriff, 8:73, 8:73n, 8:73

Cleanthes

  • anecdotes concerning, 6:520
  • Hymn to Zeus, 6:520–6:521, 6:521–6:522, 6:522n, 6:540–6:541, 6:542–6:543n, 6:550, 6:551
  • religion of, 6:541, 6:542, 6:542

Clement XIV, pope

  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:502

Clement, James, 1:158, 1:159n

Clément de la Roncière, François Marie, baron, 1:372

Clener, Ange (engraver), 1:453n

Cleopatra, queen of Egypt, 10:399

Clerc, Laurent

  • and education of the deaf and mute, 9:656n

clergy

  • British sympathies of, 7:57–7:58, 7:248
  • influence of in colleges, 8:609–8:610
  • oppose U.S. government, 8:175
  • TJ on, 7:248, 8:229, 8:341–8:343, 8:344

Clericus, Johannes. See Leclerc, Jean (Johannes Clericus)

Clinton, DeWitt

  • and A. Burr conspiracy, 7:206, 7:235, 7:239
  • Circular Letter of the Literary and Philosophical Society, of New-York, 8:409, 8:409n
  • A Discourse, delivered before the American Academy of the Arts, 10:546, 10:547n
  • and election of 1812, 6:625
  • Federalist supporters of, 4:544n, 4:545, 5:318, 5:581, 5:641
  • and D. Fraser’s application, 4:545–4:546
  • and D. Fraser’s subscription, 5:492
  • identified, 8:348n
  • An Introductory Discourse, delivered before the Literary and Philosophical Society of New-York, 8:347, 8:348n
  • and Lancasterian textbooks, 10:336
  • letter from, 8:409
  • letter from accounted for, 9:449n, 10:546–10:547n
  • letters to, 8:347–8:348, 8:456–8:457, 10:546–10:547
  • and Literary and Philosophical Society of New-York, 8:347, 8:348n, 8:409
  • as Masonic grand master, 10:187, 10:188n
  • as mayor of New York City, 1:106, 1:198, 10:187, 10:188n
  • and party politics, 5:352–5:353, 5:354n, 5:411, 5:635, 5:637n, 6:219n
  • TJ on, 10:609
  • and F. A. Van der Kemp’s writings, 9:596

Clinton, George

  • and loan to M. P. Beckley, 2:135
  • supporters of, 8:104n
  • TJ on, 4:88
  • F. A. Van der Kemp introduced to, 10:305, 10:307n

Clinton family

  • as aristocrats, 7:67

cloacinae. See privies

clocks. See also sundials

  • R. Jefferson’s watch, 4:416, 4:481, 4:607, 8:173, 8:173, 8:258, 8:258, 8:272
  • at Monticello, 4:396–4:397, 4:527, 6:213, 6:213, 6:214n, 8:393, 8:485, 8:486, 10:420n, 10:437, 10:607, 10:673n
  • in President’s House, 1:85, 1:96
  • repairman needed for, 10:33, 10:203, 10:275–10:276, 10:307–10:308, 10:321, 10:326, 10:344, 10:345, 10:351–10:352
  • silver watches, 8:393, 8:485, 10:578
  • and solar eclipse, 4:188, 4:237–4:238
  • TJ’s astronomical case clock, 4:xlv, 4:149, 4:167, 4:229–4:230, 4:370 (illus.), 5:92, 5:471, 5:507, 6:31, 6:59, 6:61, 6:82, 6:83, 6:83n, 6:117–6:118, 6:258, 6:468, 8:687, 9:76, 9:125–9:126, 9:126, 9:204, 9:273, 9:275, 9:359
  • TJ’s watch repaired, 6:552
  • for U.S. Coast Survey, 9:223, 9:224
  • watch chain and seal, 6:338, 6:338, 6:339n, 6:467–6:468, 6:561
  • watches for TJ’s grandchildren, 6:118, 6:258, 6:338, 6:338, 6:338–6:339, 6:339n, 6:467–6:468, 6:561, 6:569, 6:569n

Clopper, Francis C.

  • patent agent, 7:438, 7:486, 7:507, 7:523, 7:552–7:553, 7:568, 8:15, 8:135–8:136, 8:160, 8:160, 8:249, 8:252, 9:601, 9:602n

cloth. See textiles

clothing

  • boots, 6:346, 9:147, 9:147, 9:147
  • buttons, 8:234, 9:565, 10:555n, 10:609
  • coats, 7:72, 7:73n, 8:74, 8:234, 8:241–8:242, 8:446, 10:398, 10:491, 10:555n, 10:609
  • corduroy, 8:234, 10:609
  • corsets, 10:491n
  • cotton, 3:202, 5:560, 8:68, 8:185
  • and 1810 census, 3:202, 3:202
  • flannel, 8:234
  • fur gloves, 2:203
  • handkerchiefs, 6:348
  • hats, 4:361, 6:344, 6:348, 7:71, 7:124, 8:446, 8:449n, 8:570, 9:566
  • homespun, 1:100n, 1:561, 1:591, 1:667, 7:187, 8:234, 8:356, 8:368, 9:562, 10:491n, 10:609
  • imported, 8:285, 9:476n
  • knee breeches, 8:234, 10:555n, 10:609
  • linen, 3:202, 8:460
  • manufacture of, 1:15–1:16, 8:249, 8:249, 8:356, 8:460, 9:536–9:537, 10:32
  • military, 4:361, 4:362
  • for T. J. Randolph in Philadelphia, 1:308
  • shoes, 3:202, 4:362, 7:332, 8:234, 8:241–8:242, 10:555n, 10:656
  • for slaves, 1:420, 1:666–1:667, 5:307, 5:446, 5:470, 6:308, 6:309, 6:310, 7:71, 7:191, 8:68, 8:158, 8:185, 8:368, 8:380, 8:570, 9:303, 9:303, 9:562
  • smallclothes, 8:234, 8:241–8:242
  • socks, 2:129, 2:206
  • stockings, 3:202, 6:344, 6:346, 6:349n, 8:234, 9:489n, 10:129, 10:555n, 10:656
  • TJ’s wolf skin pelisse, 9:147, 9:147–9:148n
  • velvet, 8:234
  • vests, 9:566, 10:609
  • waistcoats, 8:234, 8:234, 8:241–8:242
  • wool, 1:479n, 1:573, 3:202, 5:475, 5:560, 8:174, 8:185, 8:234, 8:570, 10:547

cloth-of-gold crocus. See crocus, cloth-of-gold

Clotilde, Marguerite Éléonore. See Surville, Clotilde de (Marguerite Éléonore Clotilde de Vallon-Chalys)

clover

  • box, 3:456, 3:461, 9:563, 9:583–9:584
  • as crop, 4:93, 4:180, 4:531, 6:132–6:133, 7:71, 7:83, 7:179, 8:304, 8:305, 8:460, 8:520, 9:66, 10:673
  • as fodder, 4:374
  • at Poplar Forest, 8:69, 8:70, 8:78, 8:520, 8:611, 8:611, 9:494, 9:505
  • scarlet, 2:271, 2:272
  • seed, 1:45n, 3:180, 3:184, 3:194, 3:448, 4:518, 4:525, 4:525, 4:526, 4:548, 4:557, 5:324, 8:367, 8:459–8:460, 8:520, 8:535, 9:494, 9:583–9:584
  • threshing of, 7:81–7:82, 8:459–8:460, 8:520
  • and Tufton, 2:112
  • white, 10:534

cloves, 1:44, 2:109, 4:211

Clymer, George

  • signer of Declaration of Independence, 4:475
  • and veterinary education, 5:415n

coaches. See carriages

Coahuila, Mexico (now part of Tex.)

  • works on, 8:77n

coal

  • and cement production, 9:466, 9:468n, 9:468n, 9:468n, 9:468n, 9:468n
  • cost of, 8:591–8:592
  • and manufacturing, 5:153
  • at President’s House, 1:155
  • for salt production, 5:77, 5:77n
  • in Va., 5:215, 5:676

coating (textile), 6:345

coats

  • capes, 8:74, 10:491
  • of mail, 10:398
  • mentioned, 8:446
  • Quaker-style, 10:555n, 10:609
  • waistcoats, 8:234, 8:241–8:242

Cobb, Mr.

  • TJ purchases horse from, 8:174, 8:174n, 8:497n

Cobbett, William

  • J. Adams on, 4:474
  • An Address to the Clergy of Massachusetts, 9:4–9:5, 9:6n, 9:6n, 9:78, 9:79n
  • Bloody Buoy, 3:305, 3:308n
  • journalistic attacks of, 2:539, 2:540n
  • letters of published, 8:450n
  • as “Peter Porcupine,” 4:339, 4:340–4:341n, 6:37, 6:40n
  • and War of 1812, 8:254
  • Weekly Political Register, 5:370n, 5:384

Cobbs, David, 5:93n

Cobbs, Jeffrey, 5:93n

Cobbs, William

  • TJ seeks to purchase Bedford Co. land of, 5:348–5:349, 5:464, 5:465

Cobel, Ward

  • convicted of perjury, 10:498

cobwebs

  • used in optical instruments, 9:223, 9:225n

Cochlearia. See scurvy grass

Cochran, James & William

  • Richmond grocers, 5:299, 5:299n, 6:347, 6:347, 6:347

Cochran, Robert E.

  • federal marshal, 6:28, 6:29n, 6:113n

Cochrane, Sir Alexander

  • British admiral, 8:218
  • invites U.S. slaves to join British military, 7:534n

Cochrane (Cochraine), D., 2:433

Cockburn, George

  • British admiral, 8:317, 8:318n, 10:575

Cocke, Mr.

  • and Roanoke chub, 4:650

Cocke, Ann Blaws Barraud (John Hartwell Cocke’s wife)

  • and architectural design of Bremo, 9:502n

Cocke, Benjamin, 3:179, 5:15

Cocke, James

  • militia service of, 7:161

Cocke, James Powell

  • cogwheel for, 4:200
  • identified, 4:650–4:651n
  • letters from, 4:651, 4:684, 6:116
  • letters to, 4:650–4:651, 4:662–4:663, 6:122–6:123
  • and Roanoke chub, 4:650–4:651, 4:662–4:663, 4:684, 6:116, 6:122

Cocke, John Alexander, 6:112

Cocke, John Hartwell

  • and Agricultural Society of Albemarle, 3:351n
  • and Bremo (house), 1:136n, 9:500–9:501, 9:501–9:502n
  • and Central College, 10:473n, 10:474, 10:474n
  • daguerreotype of, 3:xlvii, 3:358 (illus.)
  • and gypsum, 8:600
  • health of, 8:67
  • on hedges, 10:194
  • identified, 3:136n
  • letters from, 3:136, 4:59, 6:7, 7:301, 7:608–7:609, 8:66–8:67
  • letters to, 3:147, 4:62, 6:7, 7:300, 7:513–7:514, 8:41–8:42
  • and merino sheep, 3:136, 3:147, 4:59, 4:61, 4:62
  • on militia, 8:66–8:67, 8:67n
  • militia service of, 7:608, 7:632, 8:42, 8:42n
  • requests plants from TJ, 6:7
  • TJ purchases horse from, 7:300, 7:300n, 7:301, 7:513–7:514, 7:608, 8:41, 8:42n, 8:47, 8:66
  • TJ provides architectural advice to, 9:500–9:501
  • TJ sends seed to, 6:7
  • and TJ’s letters on finance, 7:230
  • and viticulture, 9:349

Cocke, Richard, 1:635, 1:642n

Cocke, Sarah Maclin (William Cocke’s wife), 6:112

Cocke, William

  • and E. Fla. campaign, 5:651–5:652, 6:67, 6:67–6:68, 6:112
  • family of, 6:112, 6:112
  • health of, 6:112
  • identified, 5:652n
  • letters from, 5:651–5:652, 6:112–6:113, 7:160–7:162
  • letters to, 6:67–6:68
  • on campaign against Creek Indians, 7:160–7:162

cocoa

  • imported, 9:426

cod

  • New England, 1:115n, 1:176, 1:279
  • TJ’s report on fisheries, 1:487, 1:487n
  • tongues and sounds, 1:153, 1:154n, 1:369, 2:109, 2:154

Code de Commerce (D. Raynal), 5:576, 5:576–5:577n, 6:45, 6:372, 6:373n, 6:445, 7:90

Code d’Instruction criminelle, 5:576, 5:576–5:577n, 6:45, 6:372, 6:372–6:373n, 6:445, 7:90

A Code of Gentoo Laws, or, Ordinations of the Pundits (trans. N. B. Halhed), 7:221n

The Code of Health and Longevity (J. Sinclair)

  • prospectus for, 9:143, 9:144n, 10:280

Coe, Jesse, 1:66

coffee

  • Bourbon, 1:268, 2:109
  • clarification of, 10:606
  • East India, 1:268, 1:368, 2:109
  • green, 1:268, 1:368
  • imported, 9:426, 9:476n
  • at Monticello, 8:xlvii–8:xlviii, 8:30, 8:30–8:31
  • at Poplar Forest, 5:33
  • pots, 4:231–4:232n, 8:393, 8:485, 8:486
  • sent to TJ, 4:662, 4:687, 5:41–5:42
  • served at Monticello, 1:389
  • smuggling of, 1:439
  • TJ purchases, 1:31, 1:318–1:319, 4:210, 4:210, 4:210, 4:211, 4:211, 4:211, 4:211, 4:211, 6:346, 6:346, 6:347, 6:347, 7:180
  • at U.S. Marine Hospital, 1:299
  • West India, 1:268
  • and yellow fever, 10:149n

Coffee, John

  • militia service of, 7:160, 7:160, 8:222–8:223, 8:264

Coffin, Mr. (ship captain), 10:342

Cogdell, John Stephens

  • identified, 3:62n
  • letters from, 3:61–3:62
  • letters to, 3:136–3:137
  • sends pamphlet to TJ, 3:61–3:62, 3:136–3:137

Coghill, John

  • and Lafayette, 5:68–5:69, 5:69n, 5:214, 7:541

Coghlan, William

  • identified, 3:549n
  • letters from, 3:548–3:549
  • seeks loan from TJ, 3:548–3:549

Cohen, Philip

  • identified, 6:90n
  • letters from, 6:88–6:90
  • letters to, 6:124–6:125
  • and Seventy-Six Association, 6:88–6:90, 6:124–6:125

coinage

  • TJ and, 1:487, 1:487n, 10:548
  • universal standard for, 4:147–4:148, 4:149n, 4:167, 4:167n, 4:225–4:226, 4:228, 4:229n
  • of Va., 1:334, 1:334n

Coke, Sir Edward

  • The First Part of the Institutes of the Lawes of England: or a Commentary upon Littleton, 2:103, 2:104n, 2:420, 5:136, 7:191, 7:249, 7:627, 7:628, 8:619, 8:620n
  • importance of, 10:101
  • Institutes of the Laws of England, 1:382, 7:125, 7:126, 7:126, 7:127, 7:127, 7:127, 7:129, 7:130, 10:417
  • mentioned, 10:589
  • The Third Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England, 7:171, 7:173n, 10:12, 10:14n, 10:428

Colbert, Burwell (TJ’s slave; b. 1783)

  • and change for TJ, 8:79
  • as caretaker for TJ, 9:456
  • clothing for, 4:496, 8:380
  • health of, 10:516–10:517
  • identified, 4:496n
  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387

Colbert, Charles, marquis de Croissy

  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:502, 4:504

Colbert, Critta (T. M. Randolph’s slave; Burwell Colbert’s wife), 10:516–10:517

Colbert, Edwin (TJ’s slave; b. 1793)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:388

Colbert, Jean Baptiste

  • French finance minister, 9:613, 10:43

Colbert, Mary (TJ’s slave; b. 1801)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387

Colbert, Melinda, 1:156n

Colbert, Robert (TJ’s slave; b. 1799)

  • on Monticello slave list, 4:387

Colclaser, Daniel

  • as miller, 10:167, 10:167n, 10:182, 10:182n, 10:475n

Colcock, William, 2:446n, 3:486

Coleman, Mr. (Bedford Co.), 5:486, 5:489

Coleman, William (College of William and Mary), 2:535n

Coleman, William (New York editor), 3:540n, 10:111–10:112, 10:185–10:186

Coles, Catharine Thompson (wife of Isaac Coles [1747–1813]), 6:356n

Coles, Edward

  • and emancipation of his slaves, 7:503–7:504, 7:603–7:605, 7:702–7:704
  • forwards letter, 2:225
  • identified, 2:225–2:226n
  • letters from, 3:590–3:591, 4:215, 4:215, 7:503–7:504, 7:702–7:704, 8:99
  • letters to, 2:225–2:226, 3:581–3:582, 4:193, 7:603–7:605
  • as J. Madison’s secretary, 2:124, 2:124n, 2:127, 4:51–4:52, 4:314n, 4:541n, 5:588n, 6:274, 8:99
  • observes solar eclipse, 4:238n
  • and TJ’s Washington effects, 3:581–3:582, 3:590–3:591, 4:193, 4:215
  • visits J. Adams, 4:312–4:313, 4:314n, 4:389
  • visits Monticello, 2:127, 4:163

Coles, Helen Skipwith, 5:269

Coles, Isaac (1747–1813), 5:28, 6:356n

Coles, Isaac A.

  • Account of a Conversation with TJ, 9:500–9:502
  • account of Niagara Campaign, 5:531–5:532, 5:532–5:545, 5:608–5:609, 5:609n, 5:609–5:610, 5:684, 5:685n
  • and affair with Nelson, 2:106–2:107, 2:124, 2:127
  • agent to Europe, 1:65, 1:232, 1:263, 1:263, 1:269–1:270, 1:271–1:272, 1:331, 1:452, 1:528, 1:530n, 1:593, 1:627
  • Armstrong comments on, 1:260
  • as army recruiter, 6:51, 6:52n
  • carries TJ’s correspondence to Europe, 1:19, 1:20, 1:173, 1:175n, 1:207, 1:229, 1:247
  • certificate of, 3:107
  • court-martial of, 7:609, 7:609–7:611n, 8:317
  • and deer for Monticello, 7:260, 7:260n, 8:521
  • greetings to, 2:9, 2:317
  • and Highland–Indian Camp boundary dispute, 8:567, 8:567–8:568, 9:289, 9:488
  • identified, 1:53–1:54n
  • inoculates plants, 3:644–3:645
  • introduces E. Gerry (1793–1867), 6:359
  • introduces B. Peyton, 6:51, 6:52n
  • and T. Kosciuszko’s finances, 4:488, 4:684
  • and Lafayette’s La. land, 2:244
  • letter forwarded to, 10:542
  • letters from, 1:53–1:54, 1:370–1:377, 1:667–1:668, 2:106–2:107, 2:123–2:124, 2:203–2:204, 3:448, 3:645, 4:528–4:529, 5:410–5:411, 5:531–5:532, 6:51–6:52, 6:359, 7:260, 8:21, 8:521, 9:544–9:545
  • letters from J. Walker to, 3:293n
  • letters to, 2:39–2:40, 2:127, 3:644–3:645, 7:609–7:611, 9:488
  • letter to a Young Friend in Virginia, 5:532–5:545
  • and M. Lewis’s papers, 2:34, 2:123–2:124
  • J. Madison forwards letter from, 1:518
  • and manuscript on Montesquieu, 2:288
  • mentioned, 3:57–3:58, 3:250–3:251, 5:636, 7:139, 7:145, 7:605, 10:288
  • and merino sheep, 1:479, 2:39, 2:39n, 3:136, 3:178, 3:190
  • at Montpellier (Madison family estate), 1:439, 1:441
  • observes D. Parker’s plow, 1:233–1:234, 1:538
  • plans to visit TJ, 6:51, 8:21, 9:545
  • plans visit to Washington, 8:521
  • recommended for military appointment, 4:529
  • recommends Morton & Russell, 6:240
  • requests plants from TJ, 8:21
  • resignations of, 2:107n
  • and Rivanna Company, 3:266
  • and Roanoke chub, 7:260
  • as secretary to TJ, 1:34n, 1:64, 4:313
  • sends gloves to TJ, 2:203
  • sends plants to TJ, 2:203–2:204n, 3:448, 3:455, 3:645, 8:21
  • sends wine to TJ, 3:505
  • and shepherd dogs, 2:3, 5:69
  • and Madame de Tessé, 2:311
  • TJ pays, 1:41
  • TJ sends plants to, 9:544–9:545
  • and TJ’s Washington effects, 2:39, 2:106, 2:127, 3:581, 3:582n
  • and tobacco crop, 3:620
  • To the Public, 7:609, 7:609–7:610n
  • visits Monticello, 1:536, 1:632, 1:655, 1:657, 2:68, 3:290, 3:644–3:645, 3:645, 9:488, 9:500–9:501, 9:501n
  • vouches for J. A. Morton, 4:589, 4:684, 5:27, 5:28n
  • P. Walsh sends greetings to, 4:189
  • and War of 1812, 5:410–5:411, 6:359, 8:21
  • and wheat prices, 4:104
  • and wine for TJ, 4:528–4:529, 4:529–4:530

Coles, John

  • petition to General Assembly, 4:346–4:349
  • visits J. Adams, 4:312–4:313, 4:314n, 4:389
  • visits Monticello, 2:127
  • witnesses document, 5:570n

Coles, John (1745–1808)

  • death of, 3:582n

Coles, Leonard

  • captain of Resolution, 10:571

Coles, Rebecca Elizabeth Tucker, 3:582, 3:582n, 3:590, 3:645

Coles, Tucker, 2:98, 5:269

  • militia service of, 7:609

Coles, Walter

  • sends trees to TJ, 9:545

Collateral Bee-Boxes. Or, a New, Easy, and Advantageous Method of Managing Bees (S. White), 8:388

Colle (Italian mountain), 9:679n

Colle (P. Mazzei’s Albemarle Co. estate), 1:420n, 3:380–3:381n, 3:383n, 3:395n, 3:541n, 7:594, 9:115, 9:648

Collection de décisions nouvelles (Denisart), 3:130–3:131, 3:160, 3:174n, 3:546

A Collection of all such Acts of the General Assembly of Virginia, of a public and permanent nature, as are now in force (S. Pleasants), 3:146, 3:168, 3:169n, 3:177, 5:245, 5:245n, 5:253, 5:278, 5:278n, 6:122, 7:260, 7:270, 7:270, 7:270, 10:452, 10:569, 10:572, 10:617

A Collection of Interesting, Authentic Papers, relative to the Dispute between Great Britain and America, 8:619, 8:620n

A Collection of Select Biography (Fraser), 5:160n, 5:492, 5:492n

College of Physicians of Philadelphia

  • Facts and Observations relative to the Nature and Origin of the Pestilential Fever, which Prevailed in this City, in 1793, 1797, and 1798, 10:131–10:133, 10:146n

colleges. See schools and colleges

Collier, Jeremy

  • The Emperor Marcus Antoninus, 1:576

Collin, Nicholas, 1:453n, 5:8

Collings & Maingy (Rotterdam firm)

  • forwards letter to TJ, 9:197n

Collins, Mr.

  • and Niagara Campaign, 5:540

Collins, Charles

  • chairs meeting of Bristol Co. Republicans, 1:89n
  • identified, 1:89n

Collins’s Marcus Antoninus. See Collier, Jeremy: The Emperor Marcus Antoninus

Colloquia (M. Cordier), 10:516

Colman (Coleman), Edward

  • and E. Aram’s murder trial, 7:378

Colman, George

  • “The Lady of the Wreck; or, Castle Blarneygig: a poem,” 7:60, 7:62n

Columbia (Fluvanna Co.), 3:104, 3:253–3:254, 9:313

Columbia, S.C.

  • colleges in, 8:352–8:353, 8:354n

Columbia, USS (frigate)

  • destruction of, 7:xlv

Columbia College (later Columbia University)

  • J. M. Mason as provost of, 9:297–9:298, 9:298n

The Columbiad (Barlow), 1:35, 5:614, 5:617, 5:618, 5:621

Columbian (N.Y. newspaper)

  • prints J. Barlow obituary, 5:621n

Columbian Agricultural Society for the Promotion of Rural and Domestic Economy

  • and L. P. G. de Lormerie, 1:133, 1:134n, 3:33, 3:35n
  • members of, 1:23n, 1:40n

Columbian Chemical Society

  • elects TJ as patron, 5:633, 5:634n, 5:661

Columbian Detector (Boston newspaper), 5:110n

The Columbian Ephemeris and Astronomical Diary, for the year 1812 (Nash), 4:213–4:214, 4:243–4:245

Columbian Institute for the Promotion of Arts and Sciences, 1:55n

Columbian Society of Artists. See also Society of Artists of the United States

  • Charter and by-laws of the Columbian Society of Artists Instituted May, 1810, 7:166, 7:166n
  • constitution of, 7:166
  • Fourth Annual Exhibition of the Columbian Society of Artists and the Pennsylvania Academy. May 1814, 7:401, 7:443–7:444
  • R. Mills as secretary of, 7:166n
  • TJ as president of, 7:166n, 7:401, 7:443–7:444

Columbia River

  • hunting at, 4:8
  • plants along, 4:524
  • trade along, 4:550, 4:551, 4:553, 5:74–5:75

Columbus, Christopher

  • biography of in J. Delaplaine’s Repository, 10:613
  • bust of, 9:128, 9:350
  • described by T. de Bry, 7:614–7:615
  • mentioned, 6:603
  • and W. Plumer’s proposed book, 2:348
  • and portrait for J. Delaplaine’s Repository, 7:xliii–7:xliv, 7:295, 7:302–7:303, 7:303, 7:330, 7:340, 7:342n, 7:429, 7:429n, 7:498, 7:522–7:523, 7:562–7:564, 7:564, 7:611–7:613, 7:614 (illus.), 8:8, 9:352n, 10:38, 10:39n, 10:71, 10:71, 10:72n, 10:613
  • portraits of, 7:xliii–7:xliv, 7:434 (illus.), 7:614 (illus.), 8:239, 10:71, 10:72n, 10:398
  • and South American republics, 9:702

Columbus, Ferdinand

  • son of C. Columbus, 7:563, 7:563, 7:616
  • writes biography of C. Columbus, 7:611, 7:612, 7:612, 7:613n

Columella

  • Rei rusticae, 2:82

Colvin, John B.

  • and “Camillus” essays, 3:360, 3:360n
  • Historical Letters; originally written for and published in the Virginia Argus, 6:32, 6:32n, 6:58, 6:58–6:59
  • identified, 1:107n
  • Laws of the United States of America, from the 4th of March, 1789, to the 4th of March, 1815, 8:151, 8:152n, 8:179
  • letters from, 2:264, 3:78–3:79, 3:359–3:360, 5:282, 6:32, 8:151–8:152
  • letters to, 1:107, 2:290–2:291, 3:99–3:102, 5:303, 6:58–6:59, 8:179
  • political writings attributed to, 2:224, 2:225n, 2:290–2:291
  • on printing in the South, 6:32
  • Review of an Address of the Minority in Congress to their Constituents, 5:282, 5:303
  • sends book to TJ, 6:32
  • sends pamphlet to TJ, 2:264, 2:290–2:291
  • sends TJ review, 5:282
  • and spelling of Indian tribal names, 8:151–8:152, 8:179
  • on Washington politics, 3:359–3:360
  • and J. Wilkinson’s memoir, 3:78–3:79, 3:100–3:101, 3:359–3:360

Combrune, Michael

  • The Theory and Practice of Brewing, 1:582, 6:507, 6:533, 6:597

combs

  • curry, 6:343, 6:346, 6:347, 6:347

Comenius (Comenii), Johann Amos. See Komenský (Comenius), Jan Amos

The Comet: Elements of the Orbit of the Comet, now visible (Bowditch), 4:195–4:196, 4:196–4:197n, 4:237

comforters, 1:64, 1:76, 1:153, 1:286, 1:310

Comines (Commynes, Commines), Philippe de

  • memoirs of, 7:664

The Commentaries of C. Julius Cæsar (C. Edmondes), 10:486

Commentaries on the Gallic and Civil Wars (Caesar), 7:661

Commentaries on the Laws of England (W. Blackstone), 2:420, 3:546, 4:302n, 5:136, 5:136, 5:137n, 7:125, 7:126–7:127, 7:127, 7:148, 7:148, 7:249, 7:628, 9:697, 10:417, 10:428–10:429

Commentarius Perpetuus et Plenus in Orationem M. Tullii Ciceronis pro M. Marcello (B. Weiske), 9:87, 9:88n

Commentary and Review of Montesquieu’s Spirit of Laws (Destutt de Tracy)

  • J. Adams on, 10:587
  • J. C. Cabell on, 8:317
  • T. Cooper on, 5:276, 6:599
  • delivered to Destutt de Tracy, 7:506, 9:485, 9:485, 9:486n
  • Destutt de Tracy on, 4:204, 4:239, 4:240, 7:472–7:473, 9:441–9:442, 9:442
  • W. Duane sends to TJ, 4:25, 4:25n, 4:56
  • and P. S. Du Pont de Nemours, 4:436–4:448, 4:457n, 4:607–4:609, 4:611n, 5:51, 5:54, 5:436, 5:612, 6:484, 6:509, 7:4, 7:5n, 7:6–7:7, 7:473, 7:475n, 8:242, 9:484–9:485, 10:290, 10:327
  • epigraphs in, 10:371
  • extracts from, 3:7–3:11, 3:11–3:15, 3:15–3:19, 3:20–3:21, 3:21–3:23, 3:23–3:25
  • Lafayette requests copies of, 9:377, 10:61–10:62, 10:62n, 10:62, 10:66, 10:80, 10:81, 10:154, 10:290
  • manuscript of, sent to TJ, 2:288, 5:436, 6:52, 7:4
  • praises work of J. B. Say, 7:416, 7:420–7:421n
  • preparation of, 1:260–1:261, 1:262–1:263n, 1:270, 3:xlvi, 3:3–3:4, 3:6–3:7, 3:7–3:11, 3:11–3:15, 3:15–3:19, 3:20–3:21, 3:21–3:23, 3:23–3:25, 3:89, 3:105, 3:184–3:185, 3:189, 3:207, 3:208n, 3:213, 3:310–3:311, 3:311–3:312, 3:329, 3:339, 3:339n, 3:358 (illus.), 3:444, 3:449, 3:452, 3:509, 3:584, 10:64n
  • published in France, 7:130n
  • reviews of, 5:634–5:635, 5:636n, 6:52, 10:63
  • sent to J. Adams, 10:657, 10:658
  • as textbook, 7:4, 9:435–9:436, 10:294
  • TJ forwards to Destutt de Tracy, 4:19, 4:36, 4:36, 4:56, 4:57n, 4:202, 4:325, 6:458
  • TJ on, 3:86–3:87, 3:334–3:339, 5:557, 5:557n, 5:577, 7:3, 7:4, 7:5n, 7:15, 7:16n, 7:129, 7:607, 7:607n, 7:628, 8:182–8:183, 8:236, 8:242, 8:294, 8:294, 9:517, 9:517n, 10:66, 10:459–10:460, 10:550, 10:657
  • TJ’s preface for, 3:310–3:311, 3:311–3:312, 3:335
  • TJ’s role in publication of, 4:30, 10:289–10:290

Commerce, Report on (Thomas Jefferson), 1:487, 1:487n

Del Commercio de’ Romani Dalla prima Guerra Punica (Mengotti), 1:36

Comminges family

  • and Albigensian heresy, 7:65

commode, 6:88

common law

  • and batture controversy, 2:357, 2:521, 2:522, 2:527, 2:532, 3:117, 5:135–5:136
  • and libel prosecutions, 1:276, 1:278
  • and Livingston v. Jefferson, 4:293, 4:296–4:297n, 4:297–4:298, 4:300–4:301
  • and New England lawyers, 3:165
  • in TJ’s legal commonplace book, 7:190–7:191
  • and TJ’s mill, 3:144
  • and TJ’s revision of laws, 1:381–1:382, 5:136
  • J. Tyler on, 5:58–5:59, 5:135–5:136

Commonwealth (Pittsburgh newspaper), 4:372, 4:373n

Comœdiæ (Aristophanes; ed. R. F. P. Brunck), 8:581

A Comparison of the Institutions of Moses with those of the Hindoos and Other Ancient Nations (J. Priestley), 7:218–7:220, 7:220, 7:221, 7:221n, 10:424, 10:424–10:425, 10:508

compass (magnetic)

  • surveying, 2:152, 4:341, 9:xliii–9:xliv, 9:222, 9:508, 9:509, 9:643, 10:289, 10:324–10:325

compass (mathematical tool)

  • beam, 9:225
  • proportional, 9:225

A Compendious View of the Establishment & Operations of Manufactory of Arms (Banks), 1:614–1:615

Compendium of Ancient Geography (Anville), 4:311–4:312

A Compendium of the History of All Nations (Fraser), 4:305, 4:395

A Compendium of the Law of Evidence (Peake), 2:676, 2:677n

The Complaint: or, Night-Thoughts on Life, Death, & Immortality (E. Young), 10:656

A Compleat Body of Husbandry (T. Hale), 1:581, 2:82, 7:626

Complément des élémens d’algèbre (Lacroix), 4:79, 4:80n

A Complete Collection of all the Lavvs of Virginia now in force (Purvis), 1:404, 1:404n

A Complete Collection of State-Trials and Proceedings for High-Treason, and other Crimes and Misdemeanours (Hargrave), 2:455, 2:456n

A Complete Historical, Chronological, and Geographical American Atlas (Carey), 5:650n

A Complete History of England (Kennett), 1:580, 2:51

A Complete System of Astronomy (S. Vince), 7:436, 7:437n

A Complete Treatise on Merinos and Other Sheep (Tessier), 3:322n

A Complete Treatise on the Mineral Waters of Virginia (Rouelle), 5:118, 5:119n

composition

  • collegiate education in, 7:638, 7:663, 7:685–7:686, 7:686

Comyns, Sir John

  • A Digest of the laws of England, 3:546

Le Conciliateur (M. A. Jullien), 9:304

Conciones et Orationes ex Historicis Latinis Excerptæ (J. Périon and H. Estienne), 7:458, 7:458n

Concluding Address of Mr. Fulton’s Lecture on the Mechanism, Practice and Effects of Torpedoes (Fulton), 2:250, 2:251n

Concord, N.H.

  • new statehouse in, 10:556n

Concordantiae Veteris Testamenti graecae, ebræis vocibvs respondentes (Kircher), 5:36

Concordia (ship), 4:364n, 4:535

Condillac, Étienne Bonnot de

  • J. Adams reads, 7:480, 7:481
  • in collegiate curriculum, 7:662, 7:667
  • Essai sur l’origine des connoissances humaines, 5:277n
  • La logique, ou, Les premiers developpemens de l’art de penser, 5:276, 5:277n
  • Traité des sensations, 5:277n

Condit, John

  • letters to, 4:164
  • as U.S. senator, 4:163, 4:164n

Condorcet, Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas de Caritat, marquis de

  • J. Adams on, 5:184, 5:595, 6:228, 6:287, 7:23–7:24, 7:220, 7:477, 7:480, 7:481n, 8:551, 8:552, 10:7
  • criticized, 7:587, 10:13
  • death of, 6:293
  • Esquisse d’un Tableau Historique des Progrès de l’Esprit Humain, 10:234
  • Lettres d’un Bourgeois de New-Heaven, 5:595, 5:595–5:596n
  • mentioned, 6:296, 6:624
  • and Montesquieu, 1:261, 1:262–1:263n
  • Outlines of An Historical View of the Progress of the Human Mind, 6:302, 7:627, 8:552, 8:553n
  • on the philosophes, 8:551
  • TJ’s acquaintance with, 9:13, 9:14n
  • TJ on, 7:413
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:503

Condorcet, Marie Louise Sophie de Grouchy, marquise de

  • family of, 9:694, 9:696n, 10:253
  • TJ’s acquaintance with, 9:13, 9:14n

Condrieu (wine), 9:513

The Confession of Faith, of The Reformed Churches in the Netherlands, 10:506

Confessions (J. J. Rousseau), 9:651, 9:652n

confitures

  • Havana, 1:505

Confucius (K’ung Ch’iu), 6:298, 7:76

Congress (ship), 3:568

Congress, U.S. See also Capitol, U.S.; House of Representatives, U.S.; Library of Congress; Senate, U.S.

  • activities of, 3:323–3:325
  • acts of published, 10:120, 10:120n, 10:618
  • Acts passed at a Congress of the United States of America, begun … in the Year 1789, 3:546
  • adjourns, 2:68, 2:70n, 2:320, 2:325, 2:340, 2:341n, 3:437, 3:437n, 6:207, 6:397, 8:107, 8:129n
  • and aliens, 6:43, 6:43n
  • altercation between Alston and Randolph, 3:330
  • annual presidential messages to, 8:252
  • anti-British sentiment in, 3:443
  • approves B. H. Latrobe’s capital design, 1:473
  • awards land warrants, 2:121, 2:122n
  • and batture controversy, 2:357, 2:358n, 2:427–2:428, 2:440n, 2:441n, 2:441n, 2:442n, 2:450n, 2:450n, 2:451n, 2:455, 2:455, 2:494, 2:519, 2:659, 2:660, 2:662, 2:682, 3:31–3:32, 3:68–3:69, 3:109, 3:125, 3:147, 3:176n, 3:203–3:204, 3:244
  • committee on alleged British cruelties, 8:218
  • and compensation for consuls, 9:577
  • compensation for members of, 10:260–10:261, 10:261n, 10:379, 10:380n
  • constitutional amendments proposed in, 6:320, 6:320n
  • convenes early, 4:78–4:79n
  • and currency regulation, 4:225–4:226, 4:229n, 6:223–6:224, 6:533n, 7:654–7:655
  • J. David’s Petition and Memorial on American Viticulture, 9:426–9:428
  • debates in, 2:105, 2:142, 2:190
  • and debt to state of Va., 7:670, 7:690–7:691
  • W. Duane advises, 8:99
  • duel between members of, 2:53, 2:73
  • and G. Du Jareau, 2:484, 2:485, 2:665n
  • early session called, 1:21n
  • and education, 8:345
  • elections to, 6:80, 6:80n, 6:276, 7:176–7:177, 7:177n, 8:276, 9:42n, 9:185, 9:186n, 10:66–10:67, 10:379, 10:380n, 10:556, 10:556n, 10:611n
  • and Embargo Act, 2:533–2:534, 2:537–2:538, 8:532–8:533, 8:533–8:534n
  • O. Evans’s petition to, 7:110–7:113, 7:131, 7:131
  • and foreign affairs, 2:35–2:36, 2:70, 2:70n, 2:105, 2:130–2:131, 2:194, 2:235, 2:325, 2:406, 8:18–8:19, 8:113, 8:113n, 8:133
  • foreign-language skills of members of, 8:3, 8:6
  • and R. Fulton’s torpedo, 2:250, 2:251n
  • and Gallatin-Smith feud, 2:146, 2:235
  • hypothetical impeachment of J. Madison, 6:276
  • and incorporation of learned societies, 8:208
  • investigates S. Smith, 1:361, 1:362n, 1:378
  • investigates J. Wilkinson, 3:324, 3:325n, 3:358, 3:428–3:431
  • and Lafayette’s La. land, 2:8, 2:15, 2:16, 2:17, 2:243
  • W. Lambert’s calculations presented to, 2:54, 2:55n
  • B. H. Latrobe’s drawings of U.S. Capitol, 2:39, 2:40n, 2:106
  • and H. Lee’s medal, 2:104–2:105, 2:106n, 2:125–2:126, 2:224, 2:253
  • loans contracted by, 6:222–6:225, 6:225–6:226n, 6:496, 6:498n, 7:136–7:138, 7:139n, 7:170, 7:189, 7:192, 7:193–7:194, 7:203, 7:211–7:212, 7:216, 7:234, 7:247–7:248, 7:248n, 7:261, 7:283–7:284, 7:284, 7:284n, 7:294, 7:314, 7:316, 7:316, 7:333, 7:334, 7:334, 7:354, 7:363, 7:365–7:366, 7:432n, 7:440–7:441, 7:442–7:443, 7:456–7:457, 7:499, 8:19–8:20, 8:20n
  • and Macon’s Bill No. 1, 2:130, 2:131n, 2:169
  • and Macon’s Bill No. 2, 2:345, 2:346n, 2:418, 2:419n, 3:255, 3:256n, 3:463, 3:464n, 3:600, 7:463, 7:466n
  • J. Madison’s messages to, 2:70, 2:70n, 3:244, 3:244n, 3:260, 4:234, 4:236, 4:237n, 4:541, 4:542, 4:544, 6:131, 6:131n, 6:154, 7:15, 7:16n, 7:21, 7:23n, 7:88, 7:90, 7:694, 8:17, 8:18–8:19, 8:27, 8:223, 8:224, 8:569–8:570, 9:113–9:114, 9:150, 9:151n
  • and F. De Masson’s military writings, 8:250
  • member of assaulted, 2:106–2:107, 2:124, 2:127
  • Memorial to Congress on Evans’ Patent, 7:106, 7:106n, 7:108, 7:109n, 7:109n, 7:128–7:129, 7:130n, 7:170, 7:173n
  • mentioned, 1:224, 2:570, 3:473, 3:474n, 3:502, 6:185, 6:264, 6:268, 6:312, 6:443, 8:33, 8:35, 8:126, 8:128, 8:214, 10:565
  • and military preparedness, 2:258
  • and militia bill, 7:652, 7:655n, 7:678
  • and naval expansion, 6:170n, 6:444, 6:444n
  • negative opinions of, 2:387, 2:430, 3:27–3:28, 6:74
  • and Non-Intercourse Act, 1:21n, 1:314, 2:69, 6:556
  • opens, 2:58, 2:59n, 8:51, 8:259, 8:338, 8:340n
  • and Orleans Territory act, 3:328, 3:328n
  • and paintings for U.S. Capitol, 10:615–10:616, 10:616n, 10:654
  • and patents, 10:279
  • and petition against O. Evans’s patent, 7:386, 7:386n
  • petitions to, 2:88n, 2:158–2:159n, 2:484, 2:665n, 6:179, 8:494–8:495, 9:424, 9:426–9:427, 9:474–9:476, 9:477n, 9:477, 9:507–9:510, 9:510n, 9:515, 9:577, 9:606–9:607, 9:610, 9:611n, 10:4, 10:635, 10:653, 10:653n, 10:670, 10:677, 10:678n
  • power of state legislatures to instruct members of, 4:128–4:130
  • and preparations for war, 4:568, 5:582n
  • and prime meridian, 2:337–2:338n, 2:398–2:399
  • and public works, 2:213–2:214, 2:244, 2:246n, 2:589, 2:613–2:614
  • quorum reached in, 2:35
  • and reconstruction of U.S. Capitol and President’s House, 8:592, 8:596n
  • on removal of capital from Washington, 8:592, 8:596n
  • and renewal of bank charter, 3:259, 3:274–3:275, 3:317, 3:331, 3:386, 3:388, 6:581, 6:594, 8:556–8:557
  • Report of the Committee Appointed to Inquire into the Conduct of General Wilkinson, 3:428–3:431
  • resolution on common-law prosecutions, 1:276, 1:278
  • and salaries of federal clerks, 8:115–8:116, 8:117
  • and Second Bank of the United States, 9:354, 9:354–9:355n
  • W. Short on membership of, 9:695–9:696
  • and slavery, 7:704n
  • and standing army, 3:94, 3:95–3:96, 7:678, 8:66, 8:105, 8:108, 8:259
  • support for J. Madison’s administration in, 6:131
  • and tax on distilled spirits, 3:82n
  • temporary home of, 8:445n
  • TJ on, 4:509, 8:254, 8:532–8:533
  • TJ’s batture pamphlet sent to, 4:521–4:522, 4:565, 4:575, 4:581, 4:582, 5:219, 5:219
  • TJ’s messages to, 8:7n, 8:156, 8:156–8:157n, 8:252
  • transfers office to New Orleans, 2:356
  • 12th Congress, 3:441–3:442
  • and vessel for R. Fulton’s underwater cannon, 6:272
  • wartime taxes passed by, 6:311, 6:311, 6:311, 6:313n, 6:601–6:602, 6:602, 8:32, 8:33n, 8:105, 8:154, 8:155n, 8:255, 8:256n, 8:257, 8:329n

Conjectures sur les Memoires Originaux Dont il paroit que Moyse s’est servi pour composer le Livre de la Genese (J. Astruc), 10:504, 10:506–10:507n

Connaissance des Temps: ou, des Mouvements célestes à l’usage des astronomes et des navigateurs, 1:35, 4:244, 4:244, 4:244n, 9:690, 10:580, 10:642

Connecticut

  • Antient Plymouth Society, 1:58, 1:59, 1:102
  • blue laws of, 7:148
  • and canals, 2:674
  • deference to certain families in, 6:564
  • and embargo, 3:638–3:639
  • Federalists in, 1:39, 1:162, 10:65
  • governor of, 8:444n
  • Hartford, spotted fever at, 1:95n
  • and Hartford Convention, 8:111n, 8:163, 8:164n
  • legislature of, 8:164n
  • libel prosecutions in, 1:276–1:278, 1:278n, 1:349–1:350, 2:179, 2:179–2:180n, 7:206, 7:236–7:237, 7:238
  • meteor falls on, 2:406
  • New London Bee, 3:185n, 3:227
  • Republicans of, address TJ, 1:95
  • TJ addresses Republicans of, 1:126–1:127
  • TJ on, 2:301, 8:110

Connecticut Asylum for the Education and Instruction of Deaf and Dumb Persons, 9:656n

Conner, Dudley, 3:120–3:121, 3:122n

Conner, Samuel Shepard

  • U.S. representative from Mass., 9:42n

The Connoisseur, 7:665

Conrad, Andrew, 1:412, 1:412n

Conrad, C. & A., & Company (Philadelphia firm). See C. & A. Conrad & Company (Philadelphia firm)

Conrad, Cornelius, 1:412, 1:412n

Conrad, John, 1:412n, 1:412n, 1:669n, 6:599, 10:260

Conrad, Michael, 1:412n

Conrad, Solomon White, 1:256n

  • and Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, 10:527

Conring, Hermann

  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:502

Conroux, Nicolas François

  • yellow fever among troops of, 10:135–10:136

Considerations on the Executive Government of the United States of America (Woodward), 1:164–1:165, 1:236, 1:253–1:254

Consolationis Philosophiæ Libri V. Anglo-Saxonice Redditi ab Alfredo (A. M. S. Boethius), 8:236

Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus, Byzantine emperor, 2:82

Constellation, USS (frigate), 6:20

Constitution, U.S.

  • apportionment of taxes under, 6:311, 6:312, 10:368
  • and batture controversy, 2:436
  • Bill of Rights, 6:232, 8:315n, 8:343
  • and bills of credit, 7:690, 7:691n
  • cited in Livingston v. Jefferson, 4:293, 4:301, 4:302–4:303n
  • citizenship under, 8:526, 8:528n, 9:259, 9:261n
  • contractual obligations protected by, 8:524–8:525, 8:527n
  • and court jurisdiction, 9:46n, 9:73
  • Destutt de Tracy on, 4:204–4:205
  • and ex post facto legislation, 6:379, 6:385n
  • A. Hamilton’s plan for, 2:147n, 2:252, 2:542, 2:542n, 2:568, 2:578
  • P. Henry’s opposition to, 4:604
  • impact of taxation on, 2:163, 2:569
  • judicial review under, 8:525–8:526
  • and judicial tenure, 10:419n
  • and W. Lambert’s ode, 2:401
  • mentioned, 2:429, 2:505, 6:89n, 6:518–6:519, 6:535, 7:173n, 7:466, 7:467, 7:476, 8:24, 8:117, 8:163, 8:164n, 9:375, 9:441n, 10:418, 10:418, 10:594
  • and national defense, 8:46
  • T. H. Palmer’s publication on, 5:649–5:650
  • and patents, 10:279, 10:280n
  • proposed amendments to, 6:320, 6:320n, 6:626, 8:134n, 10:608, 10:608, 10:611n
  • and religion, 9:255
  • and residency requirements for congressmen, 7:144–7:145, 7:176–7:177, 7:177n
  • role of department heads under, 2:236, 2:237n, 2:272–2:273
  • C. A. Ruelle on, 3:56–3:57
  • 1787 Constitutional Convention, 8:657–8:658, 8:659n, 8:683
  • representation of slaves under, 10:368, 10:369n
  • and state militias, 6:209, 6:599n, 8:442–8:443, 8:443–8:444n
  • taxation of exports under, 8:608
  • and term limits, 6:432, 9:695–9:696, 9:696n
  • threats to, 6:340n
  • TJ on, 2:92, 2:153, 2:253, 2:272, 2:273, 2:505, 3:305, 4:570, 6:232, 6:567, 8:524–8:528, 8:608, 9:73, 10:368
  • and treaty powers, 6:433n, 9:548–9:550, 9:550–9:552n, 10:519n
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:505, 5:459
  • J. B. White on, 8:315n

Constitution, USS (frigate), 4:34, 4:35n, 4:325, 4:350, 4:358–4:359, 4:528, 4:529, 4:539, 4:540n, 4:547, 5:69, 7:465, 7:467n

Constitutional Republicanism (B. Austin), 9:249, 9:250n

Constitution de L’Angleterre (J. L. de Lolme), 7:628

Constitution de la République Beninienne (C. A. Ruelle), 1:219, 1:220n, 3:57–3:58, 3:59n, 9:149, 9:149n, 9:150

Constitution for Proposed Agricultural Society of Albemarle (Thomas Jefferson), 3:347–3:352

Constitution of the Bible Society of Virginia, 6:608n

The Constitution of the Society of Artists of the United States, Established at Philadelphia, May, 1810, 2:437, 2:438n, 4:356

Constitution of the Spanish Monarchy. Promulgated at Cadiz on the 19th of March, 1812, 7:291, 7:292n, 9:702n

Constitution or Form of Government of the State of Louisiana, 4:648, 4:649n

The Constitutions of the United States (Duane), 5:649, 5:650n

Consulatus suus (Cicero), 9:306

Continental Congress, U.S.

  • and Adams-TJ friendship, 4:486
  • addresses to British people and Crown, 4:600–4:602, 6:440, 6:612, 6:612–6:613, 6:614n, 10:421
  • compared to the Council of Nicaea, 8:683
  • and committees of correspondence, 9:368
  • and Convention Army, 8:359, 8:359–8:360n
  • and P. Henry, 4:600–4:602, 6:612, 6:612, 8:620, 8:643–8:644, 10:421, 10:422, 10:423n, 10:488
  • journal of, 6:183
  • and martial law, 10:422–10:423, 10:423n
  • and meeting with R. Howe, 8:20n
  • mentioned, 8:231
  • president of, 10:269–10:270
  • reputation for truthfulness of, 6:207
  • resolution on public lands, 3:72, 3:73n
  • speeches given in, 8:620, 8:625–8:626, 8:643–8:644, 8:657, 10:646–10:647
  • TJ’s gubernatorial correspondence with, 4:468
  • TJ’s Notes of Proceedings in the Continental Congress, 8:657, 8:659n
  • and U.S. Navy, 6:183, 6:184n
  • and Va. land warrants, 4:134–4:135, 4:176, 4:566–4:567, 4:568–4:569n, 4:585

The Continuation of Mr. Rapin’s History of England (N. Tindal), 8:581, 9:109

Convention Army

  • in Albemarle County, 8:359, 8:359–8:360n

A Convention To regulate the Commerce between the Territories of The United States and of His Britannick Majesty (1815), 8:655n

Conversations on Chemistry: in which the elements of that science are familiarly explained (J. H. Marcet), 1:36, 1:37, 1:581, 7:626

Convolvulus batatas L. (Ipomoea batatas var. batatas). See sweet potatoes

Cook, Capt.

  • carries package, 8:640

Cook, Amos Jones

  • identified, 9:266n
  • letter from, 9:264–9:267
  • letter to, 9:374–9:375
  • as preceptor of Fryeburg Academy, 9:264–9:266
  • seeks handwriting samples, 9:264–9:266, 9:374–9:375

Cook, J.

  • clips TJ’s signature, 8:143n

Cook, James

  • J. Ledyard (1751–89) accompanies, 6:420
  • and preventing scurvy, 5:550, 5:552n
  • A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean, 1:445, 1:446, 1:449n

Cook, John

  • and American Magazine, 8:470n, 8:471n

Cook, Orchard, 1:25

Cook, William

  • and B. Fry’s Revolutionary War pension, 7:280, 7:356, 7:356n
  • identified, 7:280n
  • letters from, 7:280–7:281
  • letters to, 7:356

Cooley, Jabez, 6:428, 6:428n

Cooley, Lucy Calkins

  • asks TJ to forward letter, 6:428
  • identified, 6:428n
  • letters from, 6:428

Coolidge, Ellen Wayles Randolph (TJ’s granddaughter)

  • book recommended by, 3:633
  • buys books, 9:275n
  • delivers books and manuscripts, 9:318, 9:531, 10:125
  • described, 1:387, 9:592, 10:160
  • education of, 10:516
  • gold watch for, 6:118, 6:258, 6:338–6:339, 6:339n, 6:467–6:468, 6:561, 6:569, 6:569n
  • greetings to, 9:434
  • health of, 8:390, 8:391n, 9:592, 10:301
  • as hostess at Monticello, 10:420n, 10:607, 10:610
  • identified, 6:646–6:647n
  • letter from, to M. J. Randolph, 10:516–10:517
  • letters from, 9:578–9:579
  • letters to, 6:646–6:647, 9:553–9:554
  • and letter writing, 1:245, 10:491, 10:518
  • as linguist, 7:178, 7:226, 9:608
  • and J. Lomax, 6:464n
  • mentioned, 6:347, 8:235, 8:237n, 8:239
  • plans to visit T. J. Randolph and J. H. N. Randolph, 8:390–8:391
  • plans visit to Montpellier (Madison family estate), 10:288
  • praised, 10:583, 10:655–10:656
  • purchases fabric for TJ, 7:349
  • requests money from mother, 10:516
  • and M. B. Smith’s visit, 1:389, 1:390, 1:391
  • as teacher, 9:147, 9:608
  • TJ gives money to, 8:491n, 9:553, 9:553–9:554, 9:578, 9:579n, 9:587, 10:93
  • TJ on, 2:103, 10:10
  • and TJ’s clocks, 10:420n
  • and TJ’s wine, 10:420n
  • TJ seeks information from, 6:646, 9:554, 9:578–9:579
  • TJ sends greetings to, 6:107
  • travels of, 7:349n, 9:318, 9:318n, 9:412–9:413n, 9:531, 9:553, 9:554, 9:554n, 9:578–9:579, 9:579n, 9:587, 9:666, 9:693–9:694, 9:711, 10:10, 10:40, 10:72, 10:72n, 10:93, 10:160, 10:262–10:263, 10:656
  • and E. Trist, 10:215n, 10:450
  • visits Poplar Forest, 10:183, 10:184n, 10:491, 10:492n, 10:516–10:517, 10:517, 10:546, 10:554, 10:555n, 10:570, 10:570n, 10:570–10:571
  • works sent to, 10:528

Coolidge, William

  • identified, 3:289n
  • letters from, 3:288–3:289
  • letters to, 3:326–3:327
  • and madder cultivation, 3:288–3:289, 3:326–3:327

Cooney, James

  • sells horse to TJ, 9:254, 9:255n

Cooper, Joseph

  • farmer, 4:138
  • wine made by, 2:220, 2:339

Cooper, Samuel

  • The first lines of the practice of surgery, 1:35

Cooper, Samuel, Rev.

  • minister of Brattle Street Church, 8:49, 8:50n

Cooper, Thomas

  • academic career of, 6:598–6:599, 6:599n, 7:128, 8:609
  • J. Adams on, 6:318, 6:318, 6:318
  • on capitalism, 7:559–7:560
  • compares British and American society, 7:557–7:560, 7:650–7:653, 7:678
  • and Conrad & Co., 2:376
  • on Destutt de Tracy’s publication, 6:599
  • on domestic manufacturing, 7:558–7:559
  • and Emporium of Arts & Sciences, 4:663n, 6:559, 6:559, 6:599, 7:128, 7:258, 7:259n, 7:386, 7:386n, 7:406, 7:607, 7:679, 8:13, 8:160, 8:161n, 8:249
  • on European monarchies, 7:385
  • on European politics, 7:557
  • and O. Evans’s patent claim, 7:386
  • and hydrostatic engine, 7:232, 7:233n
  • identified, 2:377n
  • The Institutes of Justinian. With Notes, 5:275–5:276, 5:277n, 5:588, 6:598, 7:125, 8:472, 8:672
  • on intolerance, 7:257, 7:258
  • Introductory Lecture, 5:223, 6:598, 7:124–7:125, 7:130n
  • and W. Janes’s patent, 8:160, 8:161n, 8:249
  • on La. boundary question, 9:478, 9:480n, 9:518
  • legal compilation proposed by, 7:257–7:258
  • letters from, 2:375–2:377, 3:79, 5:275–5:277, 6:598–6:599, 7:257–7:259, 7:385–7:386, 7:557–7:561, 7:657, 7:657–7:666, 7:678–7:679, 7:684–7:689
  • letters to, 2:667–2:669, 5:223–5:224, 7:124–7:131, 7:190–7:191, 7:606–7:607, 7:649–7:655, 8:12–8:13
  • and mineralogy, 2:375–2:376, 2:489, 2:550, 2:551–2:552, 2:667–2:668, 3:79
  • Notes on University Curricula, 7:666–7:668
  • The Opinion of Judge Cooper, on the Effect of a Sentence of a Foreign Court of Admiralty, 2:376, 2:377n, 2:480, 2:489, 2:491, 2:668
  • and patent law, 7:258, 7:259n, 7:386
  • Political Arithmetic, 6:583
  • A Practical Treatise on Dyeing, and Callicoe Printing, 2:377n
  • and J. Priestley’s library and philosophical apparatus, 6:598, 7:128
  • on religious education, 7:663, 7:688, 7:714–7:715, 7:715, 7:716n, 8:12
  • sends TJ thoughts on education, 7:657, 7:657–7:666, 7:678, 7:684–7:688
  • on sensation in vegetables, 5:276, 5:277n, 7:560, 7:560–7:561n
  • on state militias, 6:599
  • TJ on, 2:489, 2:491, 8:646
  • and TJ’s batture pamphlet, 5:275, 6:627, 7:242, 7:242n
  • and TJ’s legal commonplace book, 7:190–7:191
  • Tracts Ethical, Theological and Political, 7:386, 7:386n
  • and university curriculum, 7:606, 7:649, 7:657–7:666, 7:666–7:668, 7:678, 7:684–7:688, 7:716, 8:12–8:13, 8:183, 8:447, 8:449n
  • writes on education for Port Folio, 7:657, 7:657–7:666, 8:12, 8:447, 8:449n

Cooper, William

  • Drawing of a Floating Battery, 6:642 (illus.)
  • floating battery of, 6:637–6:641, 6:642
  • identified, 6:641n
  • letters from, 6:637–6:642

Cooper, William, Rev.

  • minister of Brattle Street Church, 8:49, 8:50n

Coote, Charles

  • The History of Modern Europe, 3:296–3:297, 8:152

Copaiba brasiliensis. See balsam copaiba trees

Copeland, Charles, 1:288

Copeland, David

  • and Gilliam v. Fleming, 1:304, 1:330, 1:331, 1:362
  • letters from accounted for, 1:305n
  • letters to, 1:304–1:305, 1:362

Copeland, Susan Skelton (David Copeland’s wife), 1:304, 3:85, 3:86n

Copenhagen

  • British attack on, 1:442, 1:442n, 1:559, 2:275, 6:623, 7:653, 7:681, 7:709, 8:214

copper

  • engraving on, 7:559
  • manufacture of, 2:376
  • in N.Y., 8:209n
  • plates and cylinders, 7:559
  • F. A. Van der Kemp’s work about, 4:614

copper utensils

  • tinning of, 1:467, 1:467, 3:183, 3:200

Coppinger, Joseph

  • The American Practical Brewer and Tanner, 6:510, 6:511n, 6:533, 6:597, 6:647, 7:259, 7:285, 7:292, 8:410–8:411, 8:412n, 8:439, 9:29, 9:30n, 9:50n
  • Catholic Doctrines and Catholic Principles Explained, 8:411n
  • citizenship of, 8:409–8:410, 8:412n
  • identified, 8:411–8:412n
  • letter from, 8:409–8:412, 9:29–9:30
  • letter to, 8:438–8:439
  • Plan for a Brewing Company, 8:412–8:413
  • proposed national brewery, 8:410, 8:412–8:413
  • prospectus of sent to TJ, 9:29, 9:30n, 9:50n

Coptic language

  • writings in, 8:3

copyright

  • of H. G. Spafford, 7:273
  • and TJ’s batture pamphlet, 4:478
  • of translation of French work, 4:672n

coral tree, 6:188

Coramandel (ship), 2:90

Coray, Adamantios

  • edition of Hierocles by, 9:195, 9:455
  • edition of Homer by, 9:195, 9:455
  • edits Ἱεροκλέους Φιλοσόφου Ἀστεῖα. Facéties. D’Hiéroclès Le Philosophe (Hierocles), 9:88n
  • edits Πλουτάρχου Βίοι Παράλληλοι (Ploutarchou bioi parallēloi) (Plutarch), 9:195, 9:197n, 9:455
  • works of, 9:197n, 9:697, 10:213

Corbin, Francis

  • identified, 7:330n
  • letters from, 7:329–7:330
  • letters to, 7:370–7:373
  • and L. L. Paradise estate, 7:329–7:330
  • and trusteeship of P. Ludwell’s daughters, 7:329

Corbin, Gawin (Garvin, Gavin)

  • and mammoth teeth, 4:43

Corbin, John R. F.

  • identified, 10:61n
  • letter from, 10:61
  • letter to, 10:110
  • seeks inheritance, 10:61, 10:110

Corbin, John T.

  • killed in duel, 9:482n, 9:482n

Corbin, Richard

  • as trustee to P. Ludwell’s daughters, 7:329, 7:330n, 7:371–7:372, 9:283

Corcoran, Thomas, 1:23n

Cordelia (ship), 10:212, 10:502, 10:598, 10:598n

Cordero, Antonio

  • and Louisiana Territory, 9:658n

Cordier, Mathurin

  • Colloquia, 10:516

Córdoba, Spain

  • yellow fever in, 10:129

Cordova, Celestino de, 2:480n

coreopsis, 1:436–1:437n

Corinne ou l’Italie (Staël-Holstein), 1:35, 1:35

corks

  • for beer bottles, 8:186, 9:542
  • sent to TJ, 4:522, 4:530, 7:188, 7:717, 7:717, 9:418, 9:523, 9:582, 9:602–9:603, 10:571
  • TJ orders, 2:109, 7:155, 7:710, 9:371, 9:371–9:372, 9:542, 10:462–10:463
  • velvet, 2:109, 5:394
  • for wine bottles, 10:416

Cormon, J. L. Barthélemi

  • Dictionnaire portatif et de prononciation, Espagnol-Français et Français-Espagnol, 8:435, 10:235

corn

  • from C. L. Bankhead, 10:118
  • at Belmont estate, 3:171
  • in brewing beer, 8:410, 8:439, 8:565
  • brown, 4:139
  • Cherokee, 3:502
  • cob capitals, 1:473, 1:475n, 1:595, 10:xlvii, 10:240 (illus.), 10:350, 10:350 (illus.), 10:350, 10:510
  • cobs as fodder, 8:460
  • and contour plowing, 7:79–7:80
  • contracts for, 7:459–7:460
  • cornmeal, 8:71
  • as crop, 3:111, 4:14, 4:93, 4:138, 6:132–6:133, 8:129, 8:304, 8:305, 8:585, 10:435, 10:449
  • and drills, 7:246–7:247, 7:306
  • effect of weather on, 2:3, 6:210, 6:366, 6:605, 7:167, 7:194, 7:431, 8:366, 10:355, 10:379, 10:412, 10:449
  • and O. Evans’s patent mill screws, 7:154
  • as fodder, 8:158, 9:562
  • as food, 4:143, 9:672, 10:73
  • grinding at Shadwell, 3:527, 5:120–5:121, 5:385
  • Guinea, 4:139, 4:142n
  • hominy, 4:138, 7:82, 8:367–8:368
  • Indian, 1:436–1:437n, 3:348, 4:179, 4:179, 5:324, 6:510, 9:66
  • at Lego, 2:86, 2:239
  • from Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1:436–1:437n
  • machine for shelling, 7:83–7:84, 8:367, 8:458–8:459, 8:463, 8:535
  • at Monticello, 1:592–1:593, 2:491, 6:290, 6:331, 6:544, 6:605, 6:620, 7:431, 10:388–10:389
  • Pani, 3:501, 3:502–3:503
  • planting techniques for, 8:42–8:43, 8:43n, 8:104, 8:366–8:367, 8:369n, 8:457–8:458
  • at Poplar Forest, 2:96, 4:379, 4:380, 4:526, 5:489, 6:486, 6:486, 8:69, 8:70, 8:71, 8:72, 8:158, 8:542, 8:610, 8:611, 8:611, 8:697, 9:505, 10:355, 10:389
  • price of, 6:472, 6:605, 7:240, 8:272, 8:305, 9:151–9:152, 9:505, 10:389, 10:435
  • purchased by J. Wayles, 2:397
  • received as pay, 1:419, 1:421
  • requested by J. W. Eppes, 3:473
  • seeds of, protected by tar and plaster, 2:334
  • at Shadwell, 2:86, 2:239
  • shipping costs, 3:413
  • for slaves, 4:511, 6:181–6:182, 6:366, 6:605, 7:155, 8:72, 8:158, 8:610, 8:611
  • stalks, 2:283
  • stored in Washington, 4:27
  • TJ buys, 1:81n, 2:116, 2:234n, 2:292n, 2:342, 2:421, 2:422, 2:661, 3:214, 3:224–3:225, 3:225n, 3:329, 3:529, 3:529, 5:298, 5:425, 6:553, 6:554, 6:554n, 6:620, 7:45, 7:72, 7:72n, 7:155, 7:212, 7:263, 7:290, 7:291n, 7:619n, 8:78, 8:610, 8:676n, 9:51, 9:58, 9:58n, 9:58n, 9:151–9:152, 9:152n, 9:255n, 9:588, 9:588, 10:59n, 10:73, 10:168, 10:168, 10:466, 10:539n, 10:617, 10:670, 10:670n
  • tops, blades, and shucks, 2:112, 2:112, 2:112, 2:113n, 8:71
  • transportation of, 7:124
  • at Tufton, 2:112, 2:112, 2:371, 2:371, 4:414, 9:152

corne de cerf. See buckhorn plantain

Corneille, Pierre, 7:665

Corneille, Thomas

  • Le Dictionnaire des Arts et des Sciences, 7:386

Cornelius (TJ’s slave; b. 1811). See Hughes, Cornelius (TJ’s slave; b. 1811)

Cornelius, Robert

  • daguerreotype of P. S. Du Ponceau by, 9:xlv, 9:344 (illus.)

Cornplanter (Seneca Indian)

  • speech of, 7:373–7:374, 7:374n

Cornus florida. See dogwood

Cornwallis, Charles, 2d Earl Cornwallis

  • steals candlestick, 10:575
  • surrender of, 10:398
  • Va. invasion by, 3:315n, 4:432, 4:434n, 8:178, 10:575, 10:575n

Corny, Louis Dominique Ethis de, 1:175n

Corny, Marguérite Victoire de Palerne de

  • identified, 1:175n
  • letter left with, 1:377
  • letters from, 1:173–1:175
  • TJ inquires about, 10:654

Corotoman (J. C. Cabell’s Lancaster Co. estate)

  • slaves from, 8:317–8:318

Corpus juris civilis (Justinian), 2:677n, 3:48n, 3:175n, 3:546, 7:125

Corpus Juris civilis Romani (Godefroy), 2:677, 3:48, 3:546

Corran, Patrick

  • forwards book to TJ, 7:350, 8:36
  • forwards letter to TJ, 8:36

Corrêa da Serra, José

  • advises TJ, 8:131
  • and American Philosophical Society, 8:167, 8:193
  • animal specimens requested from, 6:469, 6:470, 7:302
  • and N. Biddle, 6:532
  • botanical lectures of, 8:519, 8:557, 8:568–8:569, 10:164, 10:195, 10:254
  • conveys letters, 6:252, 6:253, 6:359, 6:415, 7:29
  • conveys minerals to TJ, 6:291, 6:373
  • and E. W. R. Coolidge, 10:40
  • correspondence of, 9:308–9:309
  • on European public opinion, 8:130–8:131
  • on European scholarship, 9:84
  • forwards work on grafting, 4:538, 4:621
  • friendship with P. S. Du Pont de Nemours, 8:502, 9:234n, 9:235n, 9:271, 9:304, 9:306
  • friendship with F. W. Gilmer, 8:58, 8:78, 8:103, 8:243, 9:18, 9:26, 9:37–9:38, 9:38, 9:39, 10:205
  • and A. Gallatin, 4:547
  • health of, 9:514, 9:552, 10:314
  • identified, 4:538–4:539n
  • introduced by TJ, 9:26–9:27, 9:38, 9:39
  • introduces Col. Jones to TJ, 10:40
  • invited to dinner, 10:352
  • and journals of M. Lewis, 9:309, 9:466, 9:467, 9:605, 9:704–9:706, 10:40, 10:125, 10:164
  • letter of introduction for, from P. S. Du Pont de Nemours, 4:350–4:352
  • letter of introduction for, from A. von Humboldt, 4:353
  • letter of introduction for, from Lafayette, 4:359
  • letter of introduction for, from A. Thoüin, 4:319–4:320, 7:55, 7:55n
  • letter of introduction for, from C. Wistar, 6:252–6:253
  • letters from, 4:538–4:539, 6:468–6:469, 7:287–7:288, 7:671–7:672, 8:130–8:132, 9:466–9:469, 9:605, 10:40, 10:124–10:125, 10:164–10:165
  • letters to, 4:621, 7:301–7:302, 7:320–7:321, 8:166–8:169, 8:320, 8:568–8:569, 9:37–9:38, 9:308–9:310, 9:704–9:707, 10:256–10:257
  • letter to from G. Cuvier, 6:470
  • Memorandum on Religious Education, 7:714–7:716
  • mentioned, 9:64, 10:45, 10:253
  • mineral specimen sent to, 6:230n, 8:166–8:167
  • on Napoleon, 7:403, 7:404, 8:688
  • on naval construction, 6:468–6:469, 7:302
  • and Nouveau Bulletin des Sciences, 9:325, 9:326n
  • and Osage orange, 7:287, 7:288n, 7:321, 7:326
  • and papers of Lewis and Clark Expedition, 10:377
  • plans to return to Europe, 6:469, 8:53, 8:193–8:194, 8:247, 8:320, 8:378
  • plans visit to J. Madison, 8:557
  • on population growth of U.S., 8:375
  • as Portuguese minister plenipotentiary, 10:124–10:125, 10:125n, 10:155–10:156, 10:164, 10:254
  • on presidential contenders, 8:332
  • and J. Priestley’s library, 10:357
  • proposed visit of, 4:621, 5:83, 5:83n, 5:114, 6:87, 6:204, 6:274, 7:139, 7:213, 7:287, 7:301–7:302, 7:320–7:321, 7:321, 7:403, 7:560, 7:650, 7:671, 7:684, 8:320, 8:505, 8:519, 8:557, 8:568, 8:568–8:569, 8:569, 8:618, 8:663, 8:688, 9:37, 9:310, 9:467, 10:125, 10:156, 10:164, 10:165, 10:205, 10:247, 10:254, 10:313, 10:314, 10:335
  • and T. M. Randolph, 7:287, 7:301, 7:302
  • and Royal Academy of Sciences of Lisbon, 9:325
  • and J. B. Say’s proposed immigration to America, 8:167–8:168, 8:320
  • sends cement recipe to TJ, 10:164–10:165, 10:165n
  • sends greetings to TJ, 8:59, 8:378
  • sends work to TJ, 6:468
  • and W. Short, 7:139, 7:224–7:225, 7:287, 7:301, 8:53
  • and Société Philomathique de Paris, 9:326n
  • TJ forwards letters to, 6:415, 9:317
  • TJ on, 6:155–6:156, 6:415, 6:605–6:606, 6:606, 7:7, 7:15, 7:29, 7:55, 7:326, 8:247–8:248
  • TJ recommends to S. Brown, 7:326
  • and TJ’s cisterns, 8:130, 8:166, 9:309, 9:466, 9:468n
  • TJ sends greetings to, 7:213, 8:103, 8:519
  • and TJ’s plan for Albemarle Academy, 7:714–7:716
  • travels with TJ, 9:18, 9:26, 9:26–9:27, 9:33, 9:33n, 9:38, 9:39, 9:108, 9:122, 9:153, 9:308, 9:309
  • on treason in U.S., 7:671–7:672
  • U.S. travels of, 7:55, 7:287, 7:287, 7:326, 7:403, 7:608, 7:671–7:672, 9:18, 9:37–9:38, 9:39, 9:108, 9:122, 9:184–9:185, 9:186n, 9:308–9:309, 9:467
  • J. Vaughan on, 5:7–5:8, 5:114
  • and vegetable sensation, 7:560
  • visits Monticello, 6:359, 6:360n, 6:415, 6:532, 7:7, 7:29, 7:55, 7:716n, 9:66, 9:231, 9:234n, 9:235n, 9:263, 9:308, 9:308, 10:352, 10:352n, 10:465
  • and D. B. Warden’s consulship, 6:469, 6:469n, 7:302, 8:291

Correspondance de Fernand Cortès avec l’empereur Charles-Quint (trans. G. Flavigny), 8:435

Correspondance Littéraire (J. F. de La Harpe), 10:589

Correspondance littéraire, philosophique et critique (F. M. Grimm), 6:532, 6:532n, 8:382, 8:383n, 9:527, 9:529, 10:7, 10:13–10:14, 10:285, 10:306, 10:573

Correspondence between Mr. Secretary Canning and Hon. D. Erskine as printed and laid before the House of Lords, 2:540n

Corse, Miss

  • marries S. House, 1:475

corsets, 10:491n

Cortés, Hernán

  • Historia de Nueva-España, 1:390, 1:396n, 8:236, 8:237n
  • mentioned, 6:326
  • portrait of owned by TJ, 7:342n, 10:71, 10:72n
  • published correspondence of, 8:435

Corylus avellana. See filberts

Cosby, Minor M.

  • as Milton postmaster, 3:438, 3:438n
  • TJ recommends as Milton postmaster, 1:505–1:506

Cossigne. See Charpentier de Cossigny, Joseph François

Cosway, Maria Louisa Catherine Cecilia Hadfield

  • retires to convent, 10:654

Côte d’Or (Burgundy, France)

  • wines of, 4:177, 4:177n

Côte-Rôtie (wine), 9:513

Du Cotonnier et de sa Culture (C. P. De Lasteyrie), 1:37, 2:83

Cottom, Peter

  • identified, 7:561n
  • letters from acounted for, 7:561n
  • letters to, 7:561, 10:19–10:20
  • subscription agent, 7:561, 10:19

cotton

  • black, 1:258, 1:259–1:260n
  • books on, 2:83, 2:376, 2:377n
  • carding machine, 5:322, 5:335, 5:356, 5:477, 5:566–5:567, 5:655, 5:683–5:684, 7:79, 7:116, 8:185, 8:554–8:555
  • for clothing, 4:219, 4:362, 4:428, 4:515, 4:637, 5:560, 7:191, 8:68, 8:185
  • as crop, 3:348, 7:452, 8:175, 10:547
  • damask, 3:551
  • diaper, 3:551, 3:577
  • and 1810 census, 3:171, 3:202
  • in Europe, 4:85, 8:453
  • export of, 3:255, 8:351, 8:531
  • export tax on, 8:608
  • gin, 8:408
  • green seed (Sea Island), 1:82, 1:258, 1:259–1:260n, 1:666
  • manufactures from, 2:4, 5:439, 5:676, 7:53, 7:54, 7:81, 7:187, 7:187, 7:570, 8:146–8:147, 8:179–8:180, 8:464, 9:534–9:537, 9:537n, 9:616, 10:547
  • mills, 9:475
  • in Mississippi Territory, 2:360, 7:187
  • napped, 8:68
  • at New Orleans, 2:118
  • price of, 3:577, 4:16, 7:187, 8:515n, 8:608, 9:303, 10:547
  • price of, in Great Britain, 1:82, 1:82, 9:182, 9:183n
  • purchased by TJ, 4:210, 4:211, 5:33, 5:35n, 6:343, 6:347, 7:180, 7:491n, 7:551, 7:602, 8:71, 8:97, 8:100, 8:515n, 8:582, 8:608–8:609, 8:625, 9:133, 10:539
  • scarcity of seed, 1:81
  • seed offered to TJ, 4:40
  • spinning of, 1:525, 1:591, 4:572, 5:560, 7:88, 7:191, 7:570, 8:146–8:148, 8:179–8:180, 8:304, 8:554
  • in Tennessee, 2:359
  • tenting, 2:175
  • as textile, 4:27, 4:219, 4:515, 4:637, 6:346, 7:13, 8:635n, 9:301
  • TJ orders seed, 1:115n, 1:154, 1:159, 1:176
  • TJ sends seed to A. F. Silvestre, 1:258, 1:596
  • at Tufton, 1:420
  • used at Monticello, 8:xlvii–8:xlviii, 8:30–8:31, 8:97
  • used at Poplar Forest, 8:97

Cotton, Charles

  • Scarronides: or, Virgile Travestie, 2:466

Couch, James Bartlett

  • slaves of, 1:346–1:348

Couch, Lewis

  • Campbell Co. landholder, 2:324n, 4:309n, 4:683n

Couch, William, 1:44

Coulomb, Charles Augustin de

  • and weights and measures, 4:224, 4:227

Coup-d’Oeil rapide sur les causes réelles de la Décadence de la Pologne (Komarzewski), 1:535, 1:536n, 4:56

Coup-D’œil sur Les Universités et Le Mode D’Instruction Publique de L’Allemagne Protestante (C. F. D. de Villers), 8:550–8:551

Coup d’Oeil sur les Révolutions et sur la réforme de la Médecine (P. J. G. Cabanis), 10:234, 10:237n

Courcelles, Étienne de

  • translates Janua Linguarum Reserata (J. A. Komenský), 8:482, 8:482n

Cours complet d’agriculture, théorique, practique, économique, et de médicine rurale et vétérinaire … ou dictionnaire universel d’agriculture (F. Rozier), 2:81, 2:82, 2:83n, 9:468n, 9:468n

Cours de Mathématique (Wolff; trans. J. F. de Brézillac), 6:381, 7:250, 7:253n

Cours De Mathématiques (É. Bézout), 7:481, 7:626, 9:79, 9:107

Cours de Mathematiques à l’usage de l’École Centrale des Quatres-Nations (S. F. Lacroix), 4:71–4:72, 4:72n, 4:79, 5:14, 5:36, 8:640, 8:670, 8:685, 8:686, 9:60

Cours de Mathématiques, à l’usage de la Marine et de l’Artillerie (É. Bézout; ed. F. Peyrard), 10:235

Cours de Mathématiques, a l’usage Des Gardes du Pavillion et de la marine (É. Bézout), 7:458, 7:458n, 8:309–8:310, 9:69–9:70, 9:229, 9:229n

Cours de Mathématiques, a l’Usage du Corps Royal de l’Artillerie (É. Bézout), 8:309–8:310, 9:69–9:70, 9:80–9:82, 9:82n

Cours de Physique Experimentale et Mathematique (P. V. Musschenbroek), 7:626

A Course of Experimental Agriculture (Young), 2:81, 2:82, 2:83n, 6:219

A Course of Experimental Philosophy (J. T. Desaguliers), 6:381, 7:386

A Course of Lectures on Elocution (T. Sheridan), 1:576, 7:629

A Course of Mathematics (C. Hutton), 5:447, 5:448n, 5:455, 5:493, 7:250–7:251, 7:253n, 9:192n

Coutts, Patrick

  • and TJ’s Richmond lot, 4:154, 4:287

Coutumes du comté et bailliage de Mante et Meulant (Du Moulin), 3:130–3:131, 3:174n

Coûtumes generales du paîs et duché de Bretagne (Argentré and Du Moulin), 3:130–3:131, 3:174n

Covington, Leonard, 1:516

Coweta, Ga., 1:350, 1:351, 1:351–1:352

cowpeas, 1:157, 7:288

Cowper, Henry

  • Reports of Cases Adjudged in the Court of King’s Bench, 2:455, 2:456n

Cowper, William

  • quoted, 8:298, 8:299n
  • The Task, A Poem, 7:583, 7:590n

cowpox, 2:88, 2:89n, 2:149

cows. See cattle

Cox, John

  • TJ pays, 1:41

Coxe, Charles D.

  • consul at Tunis, 1:26, 9:572
  • plans to visit TJ, 9:471

Coxe, Daniel W., 3:324, 3:519n

Coxe, John Redman

  • and Emporium of Arts & Sciences, 4:663n, 4:685, 5:18, 5:19n, 5:100
  • identified, 5:19n
  • letters from, 5:18–5:19
  • letters to, 5:100

Coxe, Tench

  • and J. Adams, 6:227, 6:228n
  • and B. Rush, 4:341n

Coxe, William

  • as orchardist, 7:381, 7:445n, 7:492

Cox, Heisch & Company (London firm), 1:652

Crabbe, George

  • poems of, 6:517

crackers, 1:45, 1:45, 1:368, 2:109

Cradock, Thomas, 5:298

Crafts, Erastus

  • declines to visit Monticello, 4:7
  • letters of introduction for, 3:418, 3:616

Crafts, William

  • An Oration, delivered in St. Michael’s Church, before the inhabitants of Charleston, South Carolina, on the Fourth of July, 1812, 5:284, 5:285n

Craig, Ann Pasteur

  • identified, 1:68n
  • letters from, 1:67–1:68
  • seeks TJ’s aid, 1:67

Craig, Isaac

  • and J. S. L. d’Happart, 4:537

Craig, Sir James

  • governor general of Canada, 4:541, 4:542

Craig, Margaret Murphy

  • death of, 7:383, 7:383n
  • family of, 7:383

Craig, Robert

  • executor for R. Jefferson, 8:662n

Craig, Samuel. See also William & Samuel Craig (N.Y. firm)

  • identified, 4:281n

Craig, Thomas, 1:68n

Craig, William. See also William & Samuel Craig (N.Y. firm)

  • identified, 4:281n

Craig, William & Samuel (New York firm). See William & Samuel Craig (New York firm)

Craighead, Robert

  • and East Tennessee College, 2:266–2:267, 2:365–2:366
  • identified, 2:268n
  • letters from, 2:266–2:268
  • letters to, 2:365–2:366

Crambe maritima. See kale: sea

Cramer, Zadok

  • identified, 1:630n
  • letters from, 1:630
  • The United States spelling book, 1:630, 1:630n

Cranch, Richard (J. Adams’s brother-in-law), 6:623, 6:627n

Cranch, William

  • buys merino sheep, 2:456–2:457, 5:142
  • buys spinning machine, 4:426, 4:512, 4:592, 5:21–5:22, 5:22, 5:23, 5:181, 5:182n
  • identified, 5:24n
  • letter to W. Thornton from, 5:23–5:24

cranes, 8:6

Craney Island

  • British attack on, 8:224

Craughan. See Croghan, George

Craven, Elizabeth N. (John H. Craven’s wife)

  • family of, 9:151

Craven, John H.

  • and Albemarle Volunteer Company subscription, 5:344
  • financial transactions of, 9:151–9:152, 9:483
  • identified, 2:112–2:113n
  • leases Tufton, 1:419, 2:112, 2:113n, 2:280, 2:281n, 2:370–2:371, 5:325, 5:325n
  • Pen Park mill, 1:136n
  • petition to General Assembly, 4:346–4:349, 5:378–5:380
  • ships goods to Richmond, 3:135
  • TJ’s account with, 2:116, 2:370–2:372

Crawford, Adair

  • Experiments and Observations on Animal Heat, 4:395n

Crawford, John

  • family of, 10:453
  • identified, 4:338n
  • A Lecture, introductory to a Course of Lectures on the Cause, Seat and Cure of Diseases, 4:336, 4:338n, 4:394
  • letters from, 4:336–4:338
  • letters to, 4:394–4:395
  • on slavery, 4:337, 4:338n

Crawford, William Harris

  • and T. Appleton’s consular ambitions, 8:162, 8:162n
  • and appointments, 10:438–10:439, 10:442, 10:496, 10:519, 10:525, 10:602
  • and J. Delaplaine’s Repository, 9:352
  • and drawback system, 10:95–10:96, 10:97–10:99
  • forwards book to TJ, 7:350, 7:350–7:351n
  • health of, 10:95
  • identified, 7:425–7:426n
  • on immigration, 10:254, 10:255n
  • letter from, to J. Fisk, 10:96–10:100
  • letters from, 7:422–7:426, 8:137–8:139, 10:95–10:96, 10:496
  • letters to, 4:164, 8:258–8:261, 8:321, 9:521–9:522, 10:173–10:176, 10:272, 10:438–10:439, 10:519, 10:602–10:603
  • and J. P. G. de Lormerie’s passage, 6:102–6:103, 6:103–6:104, 9:657
  • J. Madison on, 8:45
  • as minister plenipotentiary to France, 6:190, 6:191n, 6:240, 6:485n, 6:485, 6:575, 6:575n, 7:104, 7:151–7:152n, 7:316, 7:422–7:425, 7:428n, 7:488–7:490, 7:499, 7:541, 7:542, 7:693, 8:38n, 8:260, 8:680–8:681, 9:112, 9:119n, 9:211, 9:522, 9:571, 9:574, 10:95
  • on New England states, 10:96–10:97
  • recommends J. Meigs, 5:297, 5:298n
  • and remittances for T. Kosciuszko, 7:151, 7:151–7:152n, 7:334
  • reports on European affairs, 7:422–7:425, 8:137–8:138, 10:95
  • and Republican presidential nomination, 9:563
  • returns to U.S., 8:488, 8:680–8:681
  • as secretary of war, 9:521n, 10:96n, 10:257, 10:257n, 10:272, 10:273
  • TJ introduces B. S. Barton to, 8:321, 8:326
  • TJ introduces G. Ticknor to, 8:260
  • TJ on, 8:23–8:24
  • transmits letters to and from TJ, 7:222, 8:680–8:681
  • as U.S. senator, 4:163, 4:164n, 10:96, 10:96n, 10:100n
  • and D. B. Warden’s removal as consul, 7:428n, 7:428–7:429n, 7:488–7:490, 8:23, 8:24, 8:37, 8:45, 8:46n, 8:139, 8:244
  • on War of 1812, 10:96–10:100

Crawford’s Hotel (Georgetown), 4:19

Creager, George

  • and debts of J. McKinney, 7:358–7:359, 7:382–7:383
  • identified, 7:359n
  • letters from, 7:358–7:359
  • letters to, 7:382–7:383

cream cheese

  • H. Julien’s recipe, 5:204

Creasy, William

  • and lost trunk, 1:348

La Création du Monde (R. de Bécourt)

  • attacked as antireligious, 5:467n, 7:284, 7:303–7:305, 7:324
  • prospectus of, 5:466, 5:467n, 5:607
  • sent to TJ, 6:133, 6:134n, 6:213, 6:368

Crébillon. See Jolyot, Prosper

Creek Indians

  • agents to, 9:67n
  • secret treaty article with, 9:548–9:549, 9:550–9:551n, 9:551n
  • “A Sketch of the Creek Country, in the years 1798 and 1799” (B. Hawkins), 9:383–9:384, 9:384n, 9:453
  • TJ on government of, 1:110
  • and U.S. post road, 7:347
  • and War of 1812, 6:389, 7:91, 7:93n, 7:160–7:161, 7:162n, 8:222–8:223, 8:329n

Crenshaw, William

  • as juror, 5:278, 5:279
  • witnesses warrant, 5:280

Cresap, Michael, 2:204–2:205n, 10:115, 10:117n

cress

  • capucine (Indian cress), 5:550
  • garden, 5:550
  • water, 5:550

Cretia (TJ’s slave; b. 1779)

  • on Monticello slave lists, 4:387, 8:62n
  • and smallpox vaccination, 9:717

Creuzer, Georg Friedrich

  • Symbolik und Mythologie der alten Völker, besonders der Griechen, 9:698

Crillon, duc de

  • picture of, 8:6

criminal law, 1:382, 1:384n, 7:374–7:378

The Criminal Recorder, 7:511n, 7:569, 7:630, 8:472, 8:672

Crispi Opera Omnia (Sallust; trans. Gordon), 1:580, 6:93

Critical Observations on the poem of Mr. Joel Barlow, The Columbiad (Grégoire), 1:588, 1:590n

A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language (J. Walker), 8:472, 8:672

criticism (art)

  • TJ on, 10:523

criticism (literary)

  • books on, 7:629
  • TJ on, 10:523

Critta (TJ’s slave; b. 1769). See Hemings, Critta (TJ’s slave; b. 1769)

Crocket, Joseph, 1:78n

crocus, cloth-of-gold, 5:358

Crocus vernus, 5:358

Croft, Sir Herbert

  • Love & Madness, A Story too True, 2:204, 2:204n, 2:339–2:340

Crofts, Mr. See Crafts, Erastus

Croghan, George, 6:446, 6:447n

  • alumnus of College of William and Mary, 7:214
  • War of 1812 service of, 7:530, 7:532

Crolius, Clarkson, 6:526n

Cromwell, Oliver

  • mentioned, 6:296, 7:495, 7:551n, 8:683
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:502

Cromwell, Richard, 6:181, 6:181n

Crookes, John

  • identified, 7:484n
  • letters from, 7:484
  • letters from accounted for, 1:96n
  • letters to, 7:521
  • letters to accounted for, 1:96n
  • and Logan’s speech, 7:484, 7:521

crops. See also corn; cotton; tobacco; wheat

  • barley, 2:109, 2:272, 4:562, 5:384, 8:439
  • benne, 2:301, 2:302
  • clover, 2:112, 4:93, 4:180, 4:531, 5:324, 6:132–6:133, 7:81–7:82, 7:83, 7:179, 8:69, 8:70, 8:78, 8:304, 8:305, 8:460, 8:520, 8:611, 8:611, 9:66, 9:494, 9:505, 9:583–9:584, 10:673
  • failure of, 10:597
  • flax, 4:32, 4:428, 5:560, 8:460, 10:534
  • growth, 3:638
  • hay, 2:371, 7:83, 8:71–8:72, 8:547, 10:533–10:534
  • hemp, 2:359, 2:360, 2:371, 4:379, 4:380, 4:428, 4:667–4:668, 5:22, 5:33, 5:34, 5:35n, 5:489, 5:560, 5:676, 6:486, 8:71, 8:460, 10:532, 10:534
  • in Ky., 7:194
  • mangel-wurzel, 10:501, 10:501–10:502n, 10:547
  • millet, 2:335, 5:48
  • in Mississippi Territory, 2:360
  • at New Orleans, 2:118
  • oats, 2:93, 2:371, 2:417, 2:491, 2:496, 4:32, 4:379, 5:384, 5:657, 5:658n, 6:133, 7:461, 8:69, 8:70, 8:305, 8:366, 8:542
  • potatoes, 4:141, 4:180, 4:531, 7:308, 9:229–9:230
  • rice, 2:109, 2:479, 2:554, 2:555, 4:39–4:40, 5:560, 8:175
  • rye, 2:271, 8:70
  • sales of, 3:629, 10:319
  • strawberries, 8:305
  • in Tenn., 2:359
  • tenting, 2:175
  • yields of, 3:607, 8:585, 10:411–10:412

Crosbie, Richard

  • loom of, 8:195, 8:201, 8:202n, 8:249, 8:252–8:253

Cross, Caleb

  • identified, 1:138n
  • letters from, 1:138
  • sends pamphlet to TJ, 1:138

Cross, Stephen

  • chairs meeting of Essex Co. Republicans, 1:86n

Cross, William

  • as revenue inspector, 8:407, 8:408n, 8:667, 8:667n

Crotalus. See rattlesnake

Crotona (Italy), 5:185n

Croudson et al. v. Leonard, 2:377n

crowder bean, 1:157

crown imperial lily, 2:140, 3:545, 4:497, 4:498n, 4:498n, 5:346, 5:412, 10:537

Crowninshield, Benjamin Williams

  • family of, 9:412, 9:413n, 9:458
  • identified, 9:412n
  • letters from, 9:458, 10:162
  • letters to, 9:412–9:413, 10:439–10:440
  • as secretary of the navy, 8:181n, 9:271, 9:412, 9:415, 9:458, 9:482, 9:498, 10:94n, 10:162, 10:183, 10:439, 10:447, 10:566, 10:566

Crowninshield, Jacob

  • Hortus Siccus, 1:37, 1:189, 1:191n
  • TJ expresses esteem for, 9:412, 9:458
  • as U.S. congressman, 2:537, 9:413n

Crozat, Antoine

  • charter of, 3:47, 3:48n, 5:8, 5:8–5:9n, 5:85, 9:445–9:446, 9:518

Crud, Élie Victor Benjamin

  • translator, 6:17, 6:18n

Cruger, Catherine “Kitty” Church, 1:174, 1:175n, 10:654

Cruse, Englehart

  • Drawing and Explanation of an Apparatus for Blowing Up Ships, 6:261–6:262 (illus.)
  • identified, 6:260–6:261n
  • introduced by J. McHenry, 6:260, 6:260, 6:261n
  • letters from, 6:260–6:261
  • letters to, 6:319
  • and underwater mines, 6:260, 6:261, 6:261–6:262, 6:319, 6:321

Cuba

  • bird pepper used in, 6:188
  • W. C. C. Claiborne on, 3:265
  • possible acquisition by U.S., 1:154, 1:169–1:170, 1:224
  • refugees from, 1:203, 1:450, 1:510, 1:624n
  • TJ on U.S. acquisition of, 1:183

cucumbers, 4:38, 5:658, 6:214

Cullen, William

  • medical theories of, 7:565, 7:567n
  • and nosology, 7:152

Cullock, Robert W.

  • petition to General Assembly, 4:346–4:349

Culpeper County, Va.

  • disease in, 8:433

Culpeper Court House (later Culpeper), Va., 1:51–1:52, 3:184, 8:290, 8:588–8:589

Cumberland, Md.

  • commerce at, 4:26–4:27

Cumberland, Richard

  • Memoirs written by himself, 1:35, 7:659, 7:666n

Cumberland Court House, Va., 3:148, 3:164

Cumberland Road

  • commissioners of, 1:26, 1:172–1:173

Cupid (mythological character), 10:589

cups

  • Jefferson Cups, 2:315–2:316, 2:316n, 2:474, 8:235, 8:237n
  • ordered by TJ, 2:315–2:316, 2:316n, 4:477, 6:348
  • owned by E. Randolph, 4:231–4:232n
  • sent to TJ, 2:474
  • silver, 8:235, 8:237n, 8:393

Curia philipica: donde breve y comprehendioso se trata de los juyzios, mayormente forenses (Bolaños), 3:175n, 3:176n, 3:546

currants

  • sweet-scented, 4:427, 4:523–4:524, 4:524n, 5:323–5:324, 5:382
  • TJ orders, 2:109
  • white, 5:369
  • wine from, 2:221–2:222, 5:323–5:324, 5:369, 8:82, 9:348
  • yellow, 4:524, 4:525n, 5:382

currency

  • amount of in circulation, 8:16, 8:27–8:29, 8:32, 8:44, 9:95–9:96, 9:202–9:203
  • Baltimore, 3:525–3:526
  • and change for TJ, 8:79
  • Continental, 8:44
  • exchange of, 8:248, 8:377, 8:382, 8:488, 8:497, 8:498–8:499n, 8:500, 8:509–8:510, 8:510, 8:511, 8:511, 8:511–8:512, 8:556–8:557, 8:572, 9:181–9:182, 9:500, 9:588, 10:249, 10:250, 10:252, 10:296, 10:297n, 10:297n
  • Indian, 1:334, 1:334n, 1:369
  • metallic, 8:16, 8:16, 8:17, 8:27, 8:28, 8:28, 8:32, 8:306–8:307
  • paper, 8:6, 8:16–8:17, 8:19, 8:27–8:29, 8:32, 8:35, 8:36n, 8:52, 8:154, 8:165, 8:167, 8:168, 8:177, 8:182, 8:259–8:260, 8:306–8:307, 8:331–8:332, 8:654–8:655, 9:8, 9:88–9:89, 9:97n, 9:329–9:330, 9:353–9:354, 9:407, 9:500, 9:561–9:562n, 10:74, 10:175–10:176, 10:432, 10:440, 10:463, 10:465, 10:471, 10:473, 10:521, 10:600, 10:630, 10:643
  • sent to TJ, 6:147, 6:321, 6:396, 6:552, 6:552, 6:561, 6:615, 8:97, 8:100, 8:157, 8:180, 8:180n, 8:182, 8:186, 8:389, 8:477, 8:478n
  • standards for, 4:222–4:229, 8:556–8:557
  • works on, 8:6

Currie, Ellison, 1:616

Currie, James (1745–1807), 3:520

Currie, James (1756–1805)

  • Medical Reports, on the Effects of Water, Cold and Warm, as a remedy in Fever, and Febrile Diseases, 7:187–7:188, 7:188n

Currie, William

  • Facts and Observations, relative to the Origin, Progress and Nature of the Fever … of Philadelphia in the summer and autumn of the present year, (1802.), 10:133, 10:146–10:147n

Currin, James

  • Rivanna River Company commissioner, 3:254n

Curson, Samuel

  • and sugar for TJ, 9:57

Curtius Quintus

  • Historia Alexandri Magni Regis (trans. Digby), 1:580

Cushing, Thomas H., 5:353

Cushing, William

  • death of, 3:118, 3:119n, 3:124, 3:126, 3:158, 3:165, 3:182, 3:230, 3:231

Custis, George Washington Parke

  • dissuades Archbalds from leaving N.Y., 1:240n
  • and sheep raising, 1:667, 1:668n
  • in F. A. Van der Kemp’s proposed book, 4:507

Cutbush, James

  • The American Artist’s Manual, 5:633n, 5:634n, 5:661, 6:571, 6:571n, 8:43, 8:195, 8:196n
  • and Columbian Chemical Society, 5:633, 5:634n, 5:661
  • domestic life of, 8:210–8:211
  • and G. Gregory’s Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, 8:210
  • and J. Hall’s agricultural improvements, 8:42–8:43, 8:104, 8:210
  • health of, 8:210
  • identified, 5:633–5:634n
  • letters from, 5:633–5:634, 6:571, 8:42–8:43, 8:210–8:211
  • letters from accounted for, 6:571n
  • letters to, 5:661, 8:104
  • Proposals by Redwood Fisher, for printing by subscription, the American Artist’s Manual, or Dictionary of Practical Knowledge, 5:633, 5:633n, 5:661
  • and J. Sloan’s financial reverses, 8:43, 8:104

Cutting, Nathaniel

  • as consul at Le Havre, 9:363, 9:363n
  • and D. Humphreys’s mission to Algiers, 10:676–10:677
  • identified, 10:677–10:678n
  • letter from, 10:676–10:678
  • seeks congressional land grant, 10:677, 10:678n
  • as War Department clerk, 10:677

Cutts, Anna Payne (Richard Cutts’s wife), 1:53, 1:53, 1:54n, 9:554, 9:579

Cutts, Richard, 1:53, 1:53, 1:54n, 1:434

Cuvier, Frédéric

  • and Nouveau Bulletin des Sciences, 9:325, 9:326n

Cuvier, Georges

  • analyzes bones for Institut de France, 1:xlviii, 1:100–1:101, 1:103–1:104, 1:187, 5:572–5:573, 5:573n
  • and classification of animals, 7:152, 7:152, 7:208–7:209, 7:210
  • identified, 6:470n
  • identifies mastodon, 8:238
  • and Lacépède’s Histoire naturelle de l’homme, 1:250n
  • Leçons d’Anatomie Comparée, 8:429, 8:429n
  • letter to J. Corrêa da Serra from, 6:470
  • and mammoth bones, 2:508, 5:94, 5:94n, 5:572–5:573
  • praised, 7:661
  • Recherches sur les Ossemens Fossiles, 1:101n, 5:94n
  • requests animal specimens from J. Corrêa da Serra, 6:469, 6:470, 7:302
  • on TJ, 5:580

Cypripedia (Cypripedium). See lady-slipper

Cyropaedia (Xenophon), 7:661

Cyrus’s Expedition into Persia, and the Retreat of the Ten Thousand Greeks (The Anabasis) (Xenophon; trans. Spelman), 1:580

Czartoryski, Adam, 2:466, 7:433

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